It was announced this morning that The Fellowship will partner with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), with whom we have worked for many years, on a new project to distribute medicine and food to impoverished elderly Jews in the former Soviet Union (FSU), thus saving countless lives in the coming years.
Fellowship Bridge Blog - Crisis and need
Fellowship Bridge Blog
With the High Holy Days approaching, which start with Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and conclude the following week with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), The Fellowship is providing extra aid to impoverished Jewish families, children, and soldiers throughout the Holy Land.
Although Nikita, 10, was born with cerebral palsy and struggles to walk, he still is quite determined to be as independent as possible and remains happy and energetic. He brings such happiness to his parents who otherwise wouldn’t have a lot to feel joyful about. The family lives in extreme poverty and Nikita’s father just lost his job. Thankfully, The Fellowship delivers financial aid to this deserving family!
Early this morning in Tel Aviv, a building collapsed on a construction site, killing several people and injuring dozens more.
To ensure a quick and safe response to any large-scale terror attack, war, or natural disaster in Jerusalem, The Fellowship funded the purchase of a Forward Command Vehicle that will allow police and fire departments, security forces, city officials, public works employees, and other first responders to coordinate their efforts as efficiently and as quickly as possible.