Partner Connection: Steven & Ora

Steven Miller

Pennsylvania, USA

Dear “Partner” Steven,

We are really excited to introduce you to the family-run small business owner with which you were so generous in partnering up by helping to provide the tools they need to grow and to thrive. Both leading to prosperity, not only for their family, to the communities of Judea and Samaria as a whole. Because only through “Economic Zionism” can we affect real change on the ground.
As you know, just a day after the body of Esther Horgan z”l was found murdered by an Arab terrorists simply for being Jewish, you were struck with shock and a desire to turn that pain into positivity. So here were are, matching you up with someone very special to Esther. 

Ora Uziel was a great friend of Esther. Not only did they share a shabbat table just days before this tragic day, but they also shared a love for their community of Tal Menasshe and their love for art.  Ora was very touched by the fact that you wanted to help her in honor of the friend she is mourning.

Ora is very excited to have the opportunity to reach a much wider audience to sell her art, both within Israel and outside. In the meantime, you are welcome to visit her website and see her work HERE.
This is Ora:

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In the coming weeks, we are going to be sitting with her and going into the details of what she needs and what we all could help with. So stay tuned.

Thank you again Steven and for taking part in the building and strengthening of Judea and Samaria though “Economic Zionism”. 


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We are redefining the next generation of Zionism, or what we call “Economic Zionism”.

First Fruits is a vehicle of partnership between you, lover and supporter of Israel, and the family-run small business owners who are responsible for pumping the lifeblood throughout the region and into these communities. Through this partnership, we will generate strength, self-sustainability, and growth, effecting real and measurable change in both the short-term and for generations to come.