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The Holocaust: Who Are the Missing Million?

Since 1954, specialists at Yad Vashem, Israel’s Holocaust memorial, have been working to track all the 6 million Holocaust victims and their stories. They reach out to the Jewish community, survivors, or family members of the victims to add to their ever growing collection of photos and stories – as displayed in the Hall of Names – so that no one will be forgotten. As Holocaust survivors continue to pass away, they are working harder than ever to identify the remaining victims.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Daniel

Faces of The Fellowship: Daniel

When Daniel was diagnosed at birth with severe cerebral palsy, the doctor recommended that his parents leave him behind. His father did just that, abandoning his wife and son. But Danya, Daniel’s mother, loved her son and vowed that she would do whatever she could to give him a good life. Learn how The Fellowship is helping her do just that.

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Project Spotlight: WIZO Nir HaEmek Youth Village

Thanks to your support, the Fellowship-supported WIZO Youth Village, which is home to youth from disadvantaged or dysfunctional families, just finished renovating one of their dormitories that houses 44 youth. This facility will provide a nurturing environment and open doors for discovering new talents, interests, and friends.

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Aiding the World’s Poorest Holocaust Survivors in Their Final Days

Meet Olga, an elderly Holocaust survivor barely surviving in Ukraine. She doesn’t have enough food or warm clothing to make it through the bitter winter. Thankfully, Yael Eckstein recently delivered a Fellowship-food package and warm gloves to help Olga survive. Learn how to help more survivors like Olga by partnering with us on Holocaust Remembrance Day today. 

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‘Last Letters’ Exhibit Offers Bittersweet Memories of Holocaust

A new online exhibit, “Last Letters from the Holocaust: 1942,” is available today, April 24, to honor Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day. These ‘last letters’ show the final farewell postcards that Jews mailed to their loved ones right before they were sent away to their deaths during the Holocaust.

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“I Am All Alone”

Watch this Holocaust survivor’s story right now on Facebook

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