Romy Prins - Volunteer
Why did I start volunteering for Emunah? My mother and grandmothers were all very involved in Emunah, so for as I long as I can remember I have been hearing about the important work of Emunah. It appeals to me as I am able to help vulnerable people in need while also supporting the land of Israel. I wish there was not a need for an organisation like Emunah, but there are vulnerable people in every culture, and I want to make a difference to help those I can
How has the work of Emunah inspired me? Emunah changes lives, sometimes in big ways where they are able to break the cycle of poverty, abuse and neglect. Many of the employees of Emunah in Israel go above and beyond any reasonable call of duty to help those in their care. My involvement in Emunah, hopefully provides funding to add comfort and love to those in Emunah's care.
How long have I been with Emunah? I have been involved for a long time, but very involved for the last five to ten years, where I am now on the board.
- Romy Prins
Nicole Kohn - Volunteer
I joined Emunah Australia as a volunteer in 2019 after being fortunate enough to participate in an Emunah program in Israel. While visiting Emunah run Children’s Homes, schools, childcare centres and trauma facilities, we had the incredible opportunity to see firsthand the amazing positive impact Emunah has on the lives of so many vulnerable children and families who need care and support to help overcome their hardships. I was particularly moved by the absolutely inspiring people who work at Emunah’s Children’s Homes. They invest themselves fully into improving the lives of the children in their care. They love them, nurture them and guide them so that they can go on to enjoy better futures. I hope that by being a part of Emunah Australia, I can contribute in some small way to this transformative and important work.
- Nicole Kohn