March 17, 2015 By The FellowshipPassover is now just weeks away, and The Fellowship's efforts to help Jews in need have what they need to truly celebrate God's rescue of the Israelites is in full swing. Here's the story of just one of the countless families you've allowed us to bless with your generosity:The joy that Natalia’s mother felt at her daughter’s birth quickly turned into fear and worry. Shortly after her birth, Natalia was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Her mother knew that Natalia would need extra support and she worried she wouldn’t be able to provide her with proper care.Natalia’s mother has done the best she could, and she has taught her daughter to enjoy life. Natalia feels no bitterness toward the world, and she writes poetry, loves to chat, and keeps herself busy. She would love to spend more time outside of her home, but she needs her mother’s assistance to leave their tiny apartment. They live on the fifth floor of an old building that has no elevator, and her mother is no longer strong enough to help her up and down the stairs regularly.Though Natalia’s mother is incredibly loving, it’s hard for her to raise Natalia alone. She can only dedicate a limited amount of time to her sick daughter, as she must work to support their family. She is in great need of the assistance The Fellowship provides them.This year, Natalia and her mother were provided with kosher food supplies for Passover that enabled them to enjoy the seder meal in the comfort of their home. Without this help, they would have been unable to celebrate the holiday at all, and they are so thankful.