Bat Melech, a Fellowship-supported shelter for battered women and children, provides a vital refuge for those who have nowhere else to turn. We recently received this heartfelt letter from the shelter’s chairman and director.
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After weeks of chaotic and deadly protests against the Maduro government in Venezuela, many Jews living there are fleeing as their country becomes more unstable. Because of these protests, Venezuelans are experiencing widespread shortages of basic goods and medicine. Thankfully, The Fellowship continues to help these Venezuelan Jews make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) to find a new home in Israel.
The Fellowship continues to fund hot meals, bus rides, and school security systems for school children who attend World ORT schools in the former Soviet Union (FSU). We received this touching video from the children who benefit from this program. World ORT estimates that 20 percent of students wouldn’t be able to attend ORT schools without The Fellowship’s aid and commitment.
Like many young Israeli-born Ethiopians whose parents risked their lives to journey to the Holy Land, Opher was raised with a great sense of responsibility to make a successful life for himself in Israel. Find out how The Fellowship helps young adults like Opher reach their career dreams through our Azimut program!
Rabbi Eckstein recently visited the town of Bir Hadaj in Israel’s Negev desert to help deliver two Fellowship-donated ambulances to the Bedouin minority group living in the area.