The Fellowship proudly supports Susan’s House, an organization that helps at risk youth in Israel develop professional skills to rise above their desperate situations. Many of these youths come from disadvantaged homes or have parents who abuse or neglect them. But at the Fellowship-supported Susan’s House, these at risk young adults are taught a new vocation, so they can one day enter the workforce with confidence. In the meantime, this Fellowship-supported organization also provides them with food and other basic needs.
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Tiberias, a holy city in Israel and a place of many miracles, is significant to both the Christian and Jewish faiths, yet the residents there live in desperate poverty. Learn how The Fellowship is helping through our Kupat Yedidut program.
Rabbi Eckstein recently announced that The Fellowship will be providing financial aid to needy children and their families, so parents can continue to work during the summer months knowing their children are safe.
This year, The Fellowship has “adopted” nine Israel Defense Forces (IDF) battalions, located throughout Israel. Yael Eckstein recently visited some of these bases, including the Lions of the North unit that protects the skies in the northern region of Israel during all hours.
Many soldiers who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) cannot sleep at night. But The Fellowship’s Etgarim program, meaning “the boat is sailing,” brings some hope – and sleep – to former IDF soldiers who suffer from this condition.