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Protecting Israeli Victims of Trauma

We continue to remember those killed in the recent tragedy at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Now more than ever it is important to provide security to Jews who are struggling to protect their communities from anti-Semitism and terrorism. In the past years, our  Fellowship donors have been helping to build a reinforced trauma center in Sha'ar HaNegev, an Israeli community near the Gaza Strip, and we thank our donors for making this protection possible. This trauma center protects social workers and patients alike, so they won’t have to run to a bomb shelter in the middle of a session.

Join The Fellowship in standing with the Jewish people to fight anti-Semitism and protect and provide for vulnerable Jews in Israel, the former Soviet Union, and around the world.

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