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Resistance fighter in Warsaw Uprising (Photo: Wikipedia/Jerzy Beeger)

The Unsung, Unfinished Legacy of Isaac Giterman

Isaac Giterman, a relief worker during WWII, was murdered by the Nazis 75 years ago for his efforts to help with the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Though he’s been gone for decades, his legacy still lives on, as he laid the foundation for the early work of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), a longtime partner organization with The Fellowship.

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With dignity and fellowship

A Helping Hand for the Homebound

Two years ago, 20-year-old Eden began volunteering with The Fellowship, and was paired with 71-year-old Rachel who participates in our With Dignity and Fellowship program. The relationship they formed is so strong that today they don’t know how they’d live without one another.

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By Rowland Scherman; restored by Adam Cuerden - U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Public Domain

Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr.

Because of the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Bridge blog is suspending activity through January 15. We’ll be back on Tuesday, January 16, for more updates from the Holy Land. As we pause to remember the legacy of Dr. King, Rabbi Eckstein shares the way he was inspired by the life of this man of faith and principle.

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