With the generous donation of the IFCJ (International Fellowship of Christians and Jews), The Ethiopian Heritage Center was created within the Hefziba Community Center, where most of the residents are from Ethiopia.
The Heritage Center serves as a museum and a meeting place. It offers educational activities and ongoing studies about the Ethiopian Jewish history and heritage and the Amharic language.
The center offers a wide selection of movies and presentations that tell the moving stories of the Ethiopian Jews' Aliya and absorption in Israel. It serves as a gallery for traditional Ethiopian clothing, tools, and artifacts.
The Heritage Center’s goal is to strengthen the Ethiopian community and renew their pride in their origins and heritage. A strong sense of community is the cornerstone of long-lasting social change for the better.