Celebrating 'Culture of Solidarity' Anniversary
March marks one year since the Culture of Solidarity came together to support communities in need during the pandemic....
March marks one year since the Culture of Solidarity came together to support communities in need during the pandemic. The mutual aid movement has helped single mothers, asylum seekers, the elderly, sex workers, and anyone else with a need, regardless of religion, gender, or ethnicity. Volunteers work creatively and dynamically, saving food from restaurants and farmers, collecting donations, cooking hot meals, and transporting this and other aid across the country.
In celebration of Culture of Solidarity’s anniversary, ADISH has created a series of 10 one-off caps with unique, handmade Palestinian embroidery, made by Nada and her team from Dehiseh Refugee Camp in Palestine. They will be sold during their week-long event on the @cultureofsolidarity website and at the pop-up store at Beit Romano in Tel Aviv. 100% of the proceeds will go to the Culture of Solidarity initiative, to help sustain their food drives and community support systems.