To help keep this historic site available to the world to experience, we really need your help.

Make A Difference

Your gift will be used where it is most needed (educational displays, improvements, general maintenance & upkeep, etc).
$50 One Time Gift

Adopt A Tree

By adopting a tree, your gift provides pruning, irrigation and other services to maintain two trees in Biblical Tamar Park.
$25 Annual Gift

Room Sponsorship

Sponsor one of the rooms at Biblical Tamar Park in order to help provide the necessities for our volunteers.
$1,500 Annual Gift

Site Sponsorship

Sponsor one of the seven sites at Biblical Tamar Park and help educate people about that historic period. Call or email to learn more.
$10,000 Annual Gift

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Where Does Donation Money Go?

Blossoming Rose not only blesses Israel by developing, beautifying, and maintaining a 55 acre park and archaeological site in the desert of Israel, but we help people in a variety of ways. Here’s some of the many ways Blossoming Rose contributes to make the world a better place.

  • Relocation Efforts: Part of the relocation efforts of the past have included the mission of mercy to arrange travel for the children of the Chernobyl accident to be treated in Israel, along with helping the Ethiopian, Indian, and Soviet Jews move to Israel. There are several current efforts as well, including a program that will allow Spanish speaking Jews to return to Israel and make Aliyah.
  • Humanitarian Projects: As time and money permit, humanitarian projects have included sending volunteer dentists to orphanages to work on the teeth of both Arab and Israeli children along with building playgrounds and providing toys to these children. Helping others has been a consistent goal of Blossoming Rose.
  • Maintenance and development of Biblical Tamar Park: Blossoming Rose also supervises the archaeological digs that go on at Biblical Tamar Park. We never know what piece of history we’re going to uncover next at this historic site. In addition, we have restored and preserved caravans (living quarters), buildings and grounds, as well as the planting and irrigating of hundreds of trees and maintaining an ailing aqueduct. It is our purpose to keep this historic site open to the many visitors from around the world to provide them an enriching experience that they will remember for a lifetime.