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From Fear to Loving Care, Thanks to You

Vasyl (photo: JDC/Vladimir Shraga)

Vasyl lives alone in Belarus. His family has long passed away. His small village once had a thriving Jewish community -- however, few Jews remain.

To make things even worse, their former homes have been taken over by thugs and anti-Jewish extremists. Vasyl is understandably terrified and rarely leaves his tiny hovel of a home.

Despite years of hard work, his pension is so minuscule he cannot survive without help from The Fellowship and your loving care. Thanks to you, Vasyl now receives medicine, food packages, home care, and heat. Without question, Vasyl needs your prayers as he struggles on in a harsh region.

As we commemorate Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, this Thursday, learn how you can respond and help survivors like Vasyl

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