Hanna Fishelowitz is 93-years-old and lives in Hod Hasharon. She is a Holocaust Survivor and has been living alone since her husband died 9 years ago. Hanna is full of life, but has felt overwhelming loneliness since losing her husband. It’s the companionship and stimulation of Click which makes every day worth living.


Getting older can come with lots of challenges. Health can begin to fail, loneliness can set in and financial worries can grow. All too often, quality of life begins to deteriorate.

Click helpls to alleviate these issues by ensuring their members feel integrated and engaged in their community, so that they never had to feel alone.


The keep fit classes, beauty treatments, lectures and workshops give these elders a reason to get up in the morning, but more than that it's the nutritious hot meals that they enjoy in the company of others, that they value the most. For those wanting to be creative and earn some money, Click’s SAVI programme employs them to create craft kits, tablecloths and tapestries which are sold throughout the wider community. Participants receive a salary, companionship and a feeling of empowerment.

Holocaust Survivors have their own meeting place at CLICK called Café Europa where they feel at complete ease amongst others who’ve shared similar experiences. 

And for housebound elderly, Click’s Virtual Technology Programme transforms lives. Video conferencing equipment enables them to link up ‘live’ with the Day Centres and participate in real-time activities taking place from singalongs to meditation to language classes. It allows these housebound elders to bring the community experience into their own home and feel a sense of belonging that many haven’t felt in years.


Cost for transport for 1 senior to Click centres
Total number of elderly helped by Click
Cost for a housebound elder to participate in the Virtual Technology Programme
Without Click, I don’t know how I would get through each day. When I go to Click, life feels good."
Hanna Fishelowitz