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Giving to Someone Who Has Lost Everything

Rabbi Eckstein with elderly woman in Ukraine in front of old building (Photo: IFCJ)

Rabbi Eckstein continues his trip through Ukraine, assessing the needs of the country's Jewish community and providing help to those who have lost so much.

One woman he met has lost everything. Anna, an elderly woman whose house was bombed during the military operations in Ukraine, not only lost her home, but her lifelong partner, as well. During the bombing, Anna's husband died of a heart attack.

It is people like Anna who Rabbi Eckstein and The Fellowship are helping, people who have nothing and who no one else seems to care for. You can help these elderly and impoverished members of Ukraine's Jewish community, as well, through The Fellowship's Operation Winter Warmth.

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