Employees at the ADI Ofakim Vocational Center have put themselves on the map with a new production of ceramic plates specially created for the upcoming High Holiday season.
A set of six plates, each embedded with a picture depicting foods symbolically eaten on Rosh HaShana and Hebrew-English headings, is in high demand, as is the workshop-produced honey holder, tastefully designed in earth-colors and including the word “honey” inscribed in Hebrew and the three-piece set of pomegranate-shaped serving dishes.
Each of the specially crafted pieces makes a beautiful holiday hostess gift.
The ADI Ofakim Vocational Center is a joint initiative of ADI Negev-Nahalat Eran, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services and the Municipality of Ofakim. Currently employing some 60 individuals from diverse backgrounds, the workshop provides people with varied levels of disabilities with a host of creative opportunities and a framework for personal advancement, employment, and social integration through vocational therapy.
The Rosh HaShana products and other unique pieces can be purchase through the ADI Boutique, in support of ADI’s vocational rehabilitative workshop for students and resident of ADI with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Click here to order your Rosh Hashana gift and access the ADI Boutique.