Menucha Nechona allows everyone a dignified burial, without coercing them or their family into any pre-determined ceremony. It operates the country's first cemetery called "Menucha Nechona" in Beersheva for either a Jewish or an alternative civil burial ceremony.
It also gives information and legal help and fights for pluralism in burial ceremonies and civil cemetries.
Languages: Russian, French and Arabic also spoken
Office Hours: Sunday-Thursday 08:00-12:30
Address: 78 Hadassa Street, Beersheva, Israel