How to Invest in the Land and People in Israel

“Unless the LORD builds the house, the builders labor in vain. Unless the LORD watches over the city, the guards stand watch in vain.” Psalm 127:1

Beit Shalom is a house that was truly built by the Lord.  Not the brick and mortar, but the REAL foundation and the atmosphere inside.  Walk into Beit Shalom and you will immediately become aware of a calm, a peace, a sense of having come home.  It is God’s house, lived in by volunteers and used for event for the Holocaust Survivors.

Beit Shalom, the house which is the AHI base of operations, is for sale.  And the landlord is wanting us to move or buy it ASAP.  The location is excellent, near the Survivor’s homes, and we feel it is time to own this property.

We desperately need your help. If you have ever wanted to invest in the soil of Israel, this is the time.

If you would like to be part of this purchase, or know others that can help, please contact us or send a donation to Beit Shalom.  Thank you for being a part of the AHI footprint on Israeli soil!

Beit Shalom Specifics:

Location: Villa in Menechem Begin neighborhood, Ha Ela’ 2, Akko 24530 Israel

Description: corner lot, both streets no exit, sidewalk, hedges and trees behind the house; quiet neighborhood; local grocery, bakery, Music Conservatory, approximately 12 minute walk to Mediterranean Sea.

Akko is 5000-7000 years old, oldest seaport in the world, with preserved fortress.  Travel of one hour: Rosh Ha Nikra, Sea of Galilee, Tel Megiddo, Elijah site, Caesarea

Cost: $657,000

Overall size: 255.48 sq meters = 2749.96 sq feet

Downstairs: living room/dining area, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large kitchen, laundry, storage room, covered porch off dining area (1 bedroom the bomb shelter)

Upstairs: living room, open kitchen, 1 master bedroom w/private bath, two bedrooms (one is AHI office), open area (cabinets for Survivor gifts), second bath, porch off open area, laundry closet on porch.  Originally set up to be able to divide into two apartments with gas lines present.

Roof flat with area large enough to expand to a partial third floor.

Yard completely enclosed by fence with two gates, pergola with wide gate (option for car port), garden front entrance downstairs plus garden in entire back yard.  Orange/lemon tree, mandarin tree, lemon tree, grapevine; many flowers and plants, two outdoor sheds,cement base for BBQ or possible future expansion.

          

When we moved here it was obviously evident the Lord chose it.  It was at a time when we had to move within the month and there was literally no other place available to us.  It was, and is, perfect for our work.

Please, we need help to secure this property to continue our work with the Survivors.  Many live in walking distance from Beit Shalom.  We have events for them here such as the Sukkot BBQ.  Can you please invest in this Israeli property?  Donate to Beit Shalom.

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