Thanks to our wonderful donors, one of the oldest homes at the Fellowship-supported Neve Michael, which was in desperate need of repair, was recently renovated! Now the home has more open spaces, which has turned this once dull and cramped home into a bright, welcoming space for the children. Additionally, two new rooms for after-school activities were added.
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Thanks to our donors, the Fellowship-supported Meals-on-Wheels program brings warm meals, nourishment, and hope to so many throughout Israel. Recently, trays were packed at Fellowship-sponsored soup kitchens in Jerusalem and delivered to the homes of the needy.
Recently in Israel, nearly 6,000 runners of all ages, abilities, and even breeds (dog breeds, that is) took to the streets of Haifa to support a Holocaust survivor’s rights organization. The Fellowship donated money to the group for each lap each runner made around the 2-kilometer (roughly 1.24-mile) course.
Thanks to your support, the Fellowship-supported WIZO Youth Village, which is home to youth from disadvantaged or dysfunctional families, just finished renovating one of their dormitories that houses 44 youth. This facility will provide a nurturing environment and open doors for discovering new talents, interests, and friends.
In honor of Easter, Yassar Alsaad, The Fellowship's field coordinator in Jerusalem, decided to organize a special activity in cooperation with the Department of Welfare and Fellowship volunteers, bringing together Israelis of various ages and faiths to bring joy to some elderly Christians in the Holy City.