PLANT A TREE IN THE 

ESTHER HORGEN MEMORIAL FOREST 

THIS TU B’SHVAT

 

In loving memory of Eshter Horgen

Upon concluding the week of mourning for their beloved Esther, the Horgen family went immediately to the site of her brutal murder in the nearby forest, and planted a tree in her memory.

For the Jewish People, planting trees in the Land of Israel has always been a Biblical commandment and a symbolic act deepening our roots into the soil of our homeland.

“And I will plant them upon their soil, nevermore to be uprooted from the soil I have given them, said Hashem your God” (Amos 9:15).

Help beautify the Biblical Heartland by planting a tree this Tu B’Shvat and creating an everlasting memorial forest to Esther Horgen, a Jewish heroine.

    Our tree planting program offers three tracks to make it easy for you to participate. 

    • You can dedicate a pair of trees in Israel by making a one time donation of $50. 

    • You can dedicate a pair of trees every month by making a recurring donation. This allows you to eventually plant an entire grove in a pocket friendly manner in the Esther Horgen Memorial Forest. 

    • You can sponsor an Israeli community and beautify the entire town, giving you a meaningful connection to the city you sponsor. If you choose this option today, your gift will go towards the Esther Horgen Memorial Forest near the town of Tel Menashe

    Make Israel Blossom

    From this…

    To this!

    Thank You 

    From Rabbi Tuly Weisz

    This year, we launched a new campaign planting trees in honor of Israel’s 71st birthday.

    We set out to plant trees in 71 communities across this Holy Land.

    I can say with confidence, planting trees in Israel is Godly work.

    I look forward to continuing this mission, visiting even more communities, planting trees, and beautifying God’s land.

    Thank you for your commitment to joining Israel365 on this mission.

    Planting trees in Israel is the perfect way for YOU to form an unbreakable bond to the land and the people of Israel.

    With blessings,

    Rabbi Tuly Signature

    Rabbi Tuly Weisz