Sekharaha uses the Jewish name she took when she converted to Judaism in Madagascar. Here she is this past Hanukkah with her son. The work of Kulanu has been instrumental in her life and has deepened her understanding of her faith.
“What I appreciate the most in our faith is that there are so many things to learn and so many meanings behind every single thing we study and practice.”
“I’m working hard to speak and read Hebrew fluently. Thanks to all the gifts sent by donors through Kulanu for the Jewish community, I feel deeply connected to the world Jewry despite the relative isolation of the island.”
She concluded by saying, “So, once again, I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your involvement.”
Sekharaha is just one of the thousands of people around the globe touched by the support of Kulanu’s donors.