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Handwritten Thanks for Lifesaving Help in Ukraine

Last week marked the one-year anniversary of the deadly shootings in Kiev’s Independence Square that claimed the lives of over 100 pro-democracy activists who were gunned down by the state security forces.Widespread violence has continued throughout the past year, impacting countless families and neighborhoods, including the Jewish community in eastern Ukraine. To date, there are more than 1.4 million refugees in Ukraine.In the midst of the ongoing conflict, The Fellowship continues to fund emergency help for these displaced Ukrainians, many of whom have had to flee for their lives with nothing but the clothes on their backs.Among these many projects, The Fellowship helps fund a soup kitchen in Donetsk which feeds more than 300 people daily, including this young boy who recently brought a handmade thank-you note for Rabbi Eckstein. We share this gratitude with you, Fellowship friends. You helped us erase this boy’s hunger! Help us reach out to this community in crisis.

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