Fellowship-supported trauma centers continue to be a lifeline for Israelis in the line of fire.
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IDF soldier Aiden is especially grateful for the support from The Fellowship and donors back in the U.S. “It just reminds you that there are people that care and they really support you. It’s great,” he says. And he adds that if one of those supporters were within arm’s reach, he’d give them a hug, because, “That says everything.”
Living under constant threat of rocket fire is hard to imagine. But this is exactly what families near Israel’s border with Gaza face every day. This is why The Fellowship is committed to providing these at-risk communities with over 50 mobile bomb shelters, making shelters much more accessible – and saving lives.
The Fellowship’s 104 elderly clubs throughout Israel benefit elderly and Holocaust survivors by hosting enrichment activities.
In honor of Easter, Yassar Alsaad, The Fellowship’s field coordinator in Jerusalem, decided to organize a special activity in cooperation with Fellowship volunteers, bringing together Israelis of various ages and faiths to bring joy to some elderly Christians in the Holy City.