Intense intervention finally yields positive results for the cemetery in Gibart, Hungary. After many years of being only partially enclosed, HFPJC secured permission to annex a large part of the original cemetery property that was excluded from current maps, and a new wall was built to fence in the entire cemetery.
Descendants of the town in Nagysimony, Hungary, gather at the cemetery to commemorate the completed restoration work done on the site. With all matzevos restored, the ohel fully rebuilt, and part of the wall restored under Hungary's Endowment Program, the cemetery's beautiful condition inspires all visitors.
HFPJC commends the amazing efforts of the Almosd descendants on behalf of their ancestral cemetery. Following an evaluation in mid-2019, the families immediately united in their goal to restore the abandoned cemetery and 460 members donated small amounts, which gradually accumulated to cover all costs. Thus, they succeeded in restoring the cemetery fully in record time!
A monumental milestone was achieved in the ongoing efforts to restore the Bialy Kamien cemetery, when the city council approved installing a monument in the cemetery. This achievement marked the first step in the path of securing permission to fully enclose and commemorate the entire cemetery.
Descendants work quickly and determinedly to fund the full restoration of the cemetery in Csokvaomany, Hungary. Despite various setbacks due to terrain conditions, HFPJC ensures that the project proceeds with speed and competence, being completed successfully to the satisfaction of all parties.
The old cemetery in Schattendorf, Austria is now completely enclosed with a beautiful brick and iron gate, isolating and commemorating this sacred resting site. In close cooperation with the local community and the descending families, HFPJC succeeded in resolving all permit issues and preparatory hindrances until the project was successfully finalized.
The cemetery in Brody, Ukraine, resting site of tens of thousands of Jews of past generations, was in disgrace for many years until the HFPJC was successful in claiming a sizable portion of the cemetery and enclosing it properly. To commemorate the site that's unfortunately void of gravestones or any other mark of those buried therein, the HFPJC worked with descendants to install a beautiful monument. Further activity to retrieve and restore the entire cemetery is underway.
A total of 250 tombstones are beautifully re-erected on top of new concrete foundations in a recent restoration project in the cemetery of Rete, Slovakia. This is against a backdrop of a newly renovated wall that was built along a large section of the cemetery border. Additional research and information is being obtained through evaluations of the restored stones, at the request of the descendants.
After intense fundraising efforts, the Viseu de Mijlok project is finally launched. A strong, durable wall is erected around the entire cemetery, isolating and protecting the site. The descendants keep their sights ahead, continuing the efforts to fund the full gravestone restorations.
It seemed like an unattainable feat, but we got it done! After years of negotiations with the locals and members of the church, HFPJC was finally able to build the front wall of the cemetery, enclosing the site properly. Descendants are overjoyed at the great news, capping years of patience and determination while they waited for the cemetery to be fully restored.
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