The Fellowship’s Ami Farkas recently made a project visit to the Fellowship-supported Yad LaKashish (meaning “lifeline for the elderly”) program, which allows the elderly in Israel to stay engaged by teaching them how to make handcrafted items to sell to the community. But, more importantly, the program provides daily hot meals and a small stipend for the crafts made, providing a lifeline of support to Israel’s poor, elderly immigrant population.
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Because of its downtown location, Shaare Zedek Medical Center handles more terror-related trauma cases than any other Jerusalem hospital. Many trauma cases, like injuries from terror attacks or vehicular accidents, require extensive neurological intervention and often immediate surgery.
So many impoverished Christians, in addition to needy Jews, struggle every day in the Holy Land with the impossible decision of buying food or medicine. Yet the realities of poverty sting even more during Christmas. Learn how The Fellowship blessed hundreds of Israeli Christians this holiday!
The Fellowship’s Bless the Persecuted initiative brings care and aid to Christians and other minorities in the Middle East who have been targeted by radical Islamist terrorism, including Egypt’s embattled Coptic Christians. Learn how you can join this effort today.
The Fellowship's With Dignity and Fellowship program helps thousands of Israel’s impoverished elderly – many of them Holocaust survivors – with food, medicine, and companionship. Learn more about a special fashion show we hosted, where the models were With Dignity and Fellowship participants, as well as Holocaust survivors.