Andrei is a happy child in a large Russian family that has very little money to go around. Most of his parents’ income goes to pay for his therapy and psychological help. "I know that I give more of everything to Andrei and therefore the other children suffer,” says his mother. “But Andrei cannot function without therapy." Learn how The Fellowship stepped in to help.
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Bella is an 80-year-old Holocaust survivor who now lives alone in Israel and depends on The Fellowship for survival.
Yefefa, 95, struggles to get by on her own in Israel. But thanks to her With Dignity and Fellowship volunteer, Yael, she now has all the help -- and family -- she needs.
“I never thought I would be one to need assistance. I was raised by parents who taught me to work hard, to be responsible, and to take care of myself,” Tova, 24, explained. Yet, a few months into her marriage to David, when she was pregnant with their first child, her husband was diagnosed with Lymphoma, a life-threatening cancer that attacks the immune system. Learn how The Fellowship helped.
We received a moving thank-you letter from the daughter of Hasiya, a 91-year-old Holocaust survivor who receives a monthly supermarket food card as a beneficiary of The Fellowship’s With Dignity and Fellowship program. Hasiya also received dental treatments through our dental treatment program for Holocaust survivors. Thank you, Fellowship friends, for making this kind of assistance possible!