As we navigate the difficult times of this pandemic, Avoyseinu extends heartfelt wishes that you and your family remain healthy and safe. At Avoyseinu, we are continuing to proceed with construction in our projects in a limited manner, but preparations for projects in queue are advancing full speed. If you have any questions regarding your ancestral cemetery, please feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The old cemetery in Nyirbogat, Hungary was finally fully restored, after years of negotiations to retrieve a part of the property that was under legal consideration. HFPJC was able to obtain permits to continue building the cemetery wall, and has also finalized the interior restoration, cleaning the grounds and setting the gravestones on new foundations.
Years of tedious negotiations finally culminate in a highly successful restoration project when the cemetery in Szentmiklos is restored to an honorable condition. A new wall now surrounds and demarcates the cemetery property, to the satisfaction of all descendants involved in the project.
The cemetery in Zarnya, Ukraine is now enclosed with a sturdy new concrete wall, adding protection to this sacred site. The efforts was spearheaded by a group of descendants who were concerned about the safety of this cemetery, and contacted Avoyseinu to take measures toward that end. Once the wall was successfully constructed, the committee decided to sponsor the matzeva restoration as well, so that the place is completely and beautifully renovated.
Gravestones restoration in Tolcsva, Hungary is now completed b"H. The 200 matzevos in the cemetery are now standing erect on new foundations, in a dignified manner, to the satisfaction of all descendants.
231 gravestones have been re-erected atop new concrete foundations in the cemetery of Zator, Poland. This noble undertaking, sponsored by a group of Zator descendants, shifted the cemetery's condition from neglect and ruin to honor and dignity.
Efforts to restore the ancient cemetery of Krzywcza, Poland are now underway, following a report received from a thorough evaluation conducted by Avoyseinu upon the request of several descendants. The report revealed a poor picture of this sacred site: the cemetery's wall, constructed out of wire, is falling apart, the grounds are unkempt and the matzevos are in various stages of neglect.
After months of tedious work, the Marghita cemetery in Romania is now fully restored. The cemetery boasts a beautiful new wall, newly re-erected gravestones with fresh, concrete foundations, and an impressive new ohel. Descendants visited the cemetery upon completion to see the work from close up and to light candles at the newly restored gravesites of their ancestors.
The gravestones in the cemetery of Rzepniek, Poland were properly re-erected following a comprehensive fence construction. With this final endeavor, the Rzepniek cemetery has been restored to honor, as befits a beis hachaim.
The various restoration measures undertaken in the Mako cemetery in Hungary are finally being completed. The project included the rebuilding of the ohel, placing more than a dozen brand new stones in the cemetery as a memorial for the many gravestones that have disappeared or disintegrated over the years, and a new concrete pavement leading from the cemetery's entrance to the ohel.
After many delays, the Fehergyarmat project is finally launched! This Hungarian cemetery is now being fully restored, with a new protective wall and re-erected gravestones. Descending families rejoice as their ancestral burial site finally receives the honor and dignity it so richly deserves.
The HFPJC team is prepared to service all your cemetery-related needs.