Terrorists in Gaza fired more than 400 rockets at Israel in just 24 hours. Thankfully, many Fellowship-supported security projects continue to keep Israelis safe and help them heal from the trauma of these terrible attacks.
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The Fellowship feels blessed to not only provide basic needs to the needy elderly across Israel, but also to provide them days of joy, like sponsoring art classes, to lighten their spirits and provide them some comfort.
Recently, The Fellowship helped to fund a Command Center in the Otniel community in Israel. Otniel is an Orthodox Jewish community located in the southern Judean Mountains with 1,000 residents living there. Sadly, terrorists often attack the community, leaving residents vulnerable.
The school year started last month in Israel. Recently, we distributed backpacks for children in need along with our partners Yad B’Yad, so that families who cannot provide school bags for their children have somewhere to turn.
Although The Fellowship is well-known for bringing thousands of needy Jewish families to Israel on aliyah, lesser known but as important are The Fellowship’s klitah (resettlement) projects that help new immigrants make the major transition to a new country, a new language, and a new culture. The Fellowship supports more than 31 klitah projects, many designed for younger immigrants who will become Israel’s future.