Ma'asebe is a social enterprise that creates connections between people with and without disabilities through delicious food, celebration, and great company. Located in the outskirts of Jerusalem, Ma'aseBe invites the public for cultural and culinary social events, hosted by people with physical disabilities. The project is led by Chef Tami Krishpin, a graduate of the Danon Culinary School, who has dedicated her professional life to people with disabilities, and served for many years as the CEO of Kesher.
Come visit us in our home in Even Sapir, a picturesque country house with a spacious courtyard and a pastoral view of the Jerusalem hills. The house belongs to the House of Wheels, non-profit organization, which supports hundreds of youth and adults with physical disabilities nationwide.
We welcome you to join us for a delicious meal, family hospitality, interesting workshops, social gatherings, bar/bat mitzvahs, anniversaries and more. Our events are opportunities to connect people and give you an exciting, unique experience. Here, you can meet the people behind the House of Wheels as they host the event and share their stories.
Indoors, our living room can accommodate up to 50 people seated around tables, and 60 people standing for a cocktail-style event.
Outdoors, in front of the house we have a large space with beautiful views, suitable for outdoor events and happenings of up to 200 people.
Our backyard boasts green grass, grape vines and mountain views. It can accommodate up to 100 people throughout the morning and afternoon.
For more information, pricing and to book an event, contact us: Adina@beitgalgalim.org.i
“The ripples of the excitement, appreciation and impact of the joint Rosh Hashanah event we experienced still resonates with us. The company's employees have expressed their admiration for the House of Wheels, and their pride in being part of a company that appreciates and supports such a blessed initiative.
Thank you for creating and hosting us for the most exciting and beautiful event we have experienced in all our years at Ex Libris!”
Tal Arusi, Ex Libris
“Thank you so much for everything, it was lovely and delicious.
Everyone really liked it and were excited and happy with the venture. We felt at home, we felt your heart and everyone's heart and soul in the event.
Thanks again for everything, this place is magical!”
Liat, mother of Bar, who celebrated her Bat Mitzvah with us
“I had the privilege of doing a workshop in MaaseBe with my classmates from the United States. We had a very impactful and interactive experience. I would like to thank the house, volunteers, staff, and other individuals who made this possible. I hope that more of the world will experience the love and hope that are very prevalent here. This was an unforgettable experience for which I am very grateful”.
Annaliese Johnson, Passages
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