This winter, Holocaust survivor Valentin, 81, received a wonderful surprise when Yael Eckstein visited his home in northern Israel to deliver a warm comforter to keep him from freezing this winter! “Today, in my final years, it’s Christians though The Fellowship who are caring for me. Thank you!”
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Abavitch wanted a better life for herself and her 14-year-old son and 8-year-old daughter, but had no idea how to achieve it -- until she discovered a Fellowship mentoring project.
Yudit speaks six languages – Polish, German, Russian, Ukrainian, Yiddish, and Hebrew. But when I asked her for her age, she didn’t respond in any of them. She simply smiled, and eventually replied, “I’m a Holocaust survivor, so I’m not exactly young."
Ten-year-old Janis has cerebral palsy, a birth defect that causes his limbs to be overly rigid. Unfortunately, the medical community in Ukraine doesn’t offer physical therapy that helps cerebral palsy patients, so Janis’ muscles grow increasingly rigid as he grows older. Learn how The Fellowship is offering help to him and his impoverished family.
Esfir survived the Holocaust because a Christian family hid her family in a shack in their backyard. Today she is surviving poverty thanks, once again, to the kindness of Christians.