Natalie interviews Jessica Stockman, now Yosepha Chava. Born and raised in Las Vegas, Yosepha was a secular Zionist, who started becoming connected to Judaism through Aish haTorah in Las Vegas 20 years ago, when she …Keep Reading!
‘Returning Home’ airs:
US Eastern time: Sundays 10am
Israel time: Sundays 5pm
Natalie Sopinsky, a Delaware native, was raised in an “all-American” Conservative Jewish family. Today she is a pistol-wearing, hitch-hiking settler living in the Hebron Hills. A lawyer, lifeguard, and Zumba instructor, the mother of five children, and wife of Philadelphia-public-school-teacher-turned-Israel-university-lecturer, Natalie represents the 150 communities in Judea and Samaria as Director of Development for Rescuers Without Borders Israel, the main US charity for emergency medical needs in the Jewish heartland. Natalie is also an executive team member of Partners in Aliyah, a grassroots movement helping match potential olim to more established olim who have successfully made the move to Israel.
Read Natalie’s Blog at https://www.hatzalah.org.il/blog/ and follow her on FB at https://www.facebook.com/RescuersWithoutBordersIsrael/
and at: https://www.hatzalah.org.il/
For aliyah support join Partners in Aliyah at https://partnersinaliyah.org/
Natalie is passionate about Aliyah and Israel, and hosts the show, ‘Returning Home’ which is chock-full of information on the immigration process to Israel. It airs every Sunday.
Natalie brings on the show mortgage consultant Yoni Hyman, to share the ins and outs of buying a home in Israel; Yoni explains people are buying like crazy in Israel now….either for a place to …Keep Reading!
Natalie interviews Abraham Shalom Fansapurkar of Mumbai, who plans to make Aliyah in June. Avraham is 38, single, and wants to find a Jewish woman to marry. There is a very small Jewish population in …Keep Reading!
Natalie hosts Rafi Shulman, Co-Founder of Olim Advisors, an organization that is like a concierge service for new olim. People who need help with planning, or want someone accompanying them to open their first bank …Keep Reading!
Natalie shares her thoughts and experiences of Memorial Day, Yom Ha’Zicharon and explains how the changeover to Independence Day “Yom Ha’atzmaut” is very unique. She also discusses how her small yishuv is building on the …Keep Reading!
Natalie speaks with Sarah Kramer, a Brooklyn woman planning on making Aliyah. Sarah is in her 60s, is a single mother and grandmother, and has a straightforward style. She tells listeners directly “there is no …Keep Reading!
Natalie speaks openly about the past rash of terror attacks and specifically about the latest one over Passover which affected her deeply. She explains why, and how the little country of Israel shares joy and …Keep Reading!
Natalie speaks about the contrast between the real life in the small towns and the news stories depicting strife and division throughout the country; natalie plays a short segment as she walks through her yishuv …Keep Reading!
Natalie interviews Arlene Milgram, 81, Boca- Modiin; Arlene tells about her move and her ways of finding a new home and establishing a new life in Israel after wanting to come home for years. She …Keep Reading!
Natalie begins the show recounting Purim, and discussing a recent funeral. Meet Clive Dallas, oleh from South Africa who made aliyah in 2009, lasted a year and a half, then returned because he missed friends …Keep Reading!