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The Warm Home for Teens is an afterschool guidance, counseling and activity program under the auspices of Ariel’s Social Services Department. It provides a “warm home” for at-risk teenage girls, often victims of abuse, with programs, workshops, and mentorships that nurture their creativity, self-confidence, and sense of belonging. Now entering its third year of activity, the Warm Home for Teens has proven itself as an effective training ground and a nurturing haven. (description credit:

Ginnie has been involved with the city of Ariel for 18 years and developed a close relationship with the city’s founder and mayor, the late Ron Nachman and his wife Dorith. In 2011, Ginnie and Sarah visited the Nachmans in Ariel to find an Israeli cause for King’s Daughters (pictured). They helped launch The Ariel Warm Home and are honored to be a part of its growth.

If you are looking for a way to give to Israel, we invite you to join King’s Daughters in supporting The Warm Home! “For if the Gentiles have been partakers of their spiritual things, their duty is also to minister to them in material things” (Rom. 15:27).