Working together here in harmony are people from the former Soviet Union, Ethiopia, South America and local Israelis. In the past, boxes were custom made for a variety of businesses including pizza parlors, borekas shops and bakeries. Today, this workshop produces a wide variety of other items, including jewelry, Ethiopian heritage products, paper mache animals, greeting cards, decoupage picture frames, bowls, magnets and more.
Successfully inaugurated in 2003, silkscreen printing is an effective technique for the production of greeting cards, invitations, bookmarks and any other pattern-printing jobs which lend themselves to exquisite design and explosive creativity. Each item is hand-made with careful precision and tailored according to the customer's needs.
Another aspect of our facility is the recycled paper workshop. Here the elderly recycle old paper from Yad LaKashish offices and local businesses to create beautiful photo albums, picture frames, personalized invitations and more. Each one-of-a-kind item is 100% natural and contains no chemicals or glue.
We have also launched a new project of recycled paper beads, which are used to create unique necklaces, mobiles, key chains, and more.