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Displaced Ukrainians Grateful for Help from The Fellowship

Even as The Fellowship has recently flown another planeload of Ukrainian Jews to a fresh start in Israel, we are still working on the ground in Ukraine to help those who have been unable to make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) so far.Members of Ukraine's Jewish community who have been displaced from their homes due to ongoing fighting and unrest have found nourishing food and warm fellowship at the Fellowship-supported soup kitchen in Donetsk. We pass this thanks along to you, Fellowship friends, as it's your continued generosity that's allowed us to offer this lifesaving help. Help us continue this much-needed assistance. 


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