The Fellowship feels privileged to provide Jewish children in need with fun-filled summer camps, extra-curricular activities, medical assistance, and hot meals.
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The Fellowship’s On Wings of Eagles program assists needy Jews in making aliyah (immigrating to Israel). They come from all over the world — Russia, France, Ukraine, Argentina, and elsewhere — to escape anti-Semitism and extreme poverty, and to realize the dream of living in their biblical homeland.
Many of Russia’s neediest Jews are elderly who lived through the horrors of the Holocaust in their youth, and now once again lack even the basic help that they deserve. Thankfully, The Fellowship is here to help! Just ask Vladimir.
Over the last year, The Fellowship – powered by our compassionate donors – has given at-risk immigrants and struggling single moms their turn to shine by offering them grants to study at Jerusalem’s Hadassah hospital.
Recently, Yael Eckstein visited the Fellowship-supported Mana Hama Soup Kitchen, which caters to the needs of the most desperate citizens of Israel – Holocaust survivors, lonely elderly, large families, new immigrants, and the homeless. The soup kitchen serves hundreds of warm meals daily to Israelis who would otherwise go hungry.