When Gali married her husband, the young couple felt extremely lucky to have found each other. They also enjoyed their careers – Gali worked as an engineer and her husband was free to explore his talents as an artist. Eventually, they wanted to begin a family. Unfortunately, the birth of their son, though a blessing, also ushered in challenges they never anticipated.
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Anastasia, 31, planned to spend her whole life in Donetsk, Ukraine, a place she knew was home. “It was what we knew and things were going very well,” she says. “Then the war came.” Thankfully, the family can count on The Fellowship.
Vice President Aaron Burr once instructed the man who would not only become one of the first Jewish lawyers in the United States, but was also an early Jewish philanthropist in America.
The story of a disabled Jewish father in Ukraine, and the hope and help provided to him and his young son by The Fellowship and our faithful friends.
None Shall Escape, a movie about the Holocaust made two years before WWII was over, is again in circulation after seven decades.
For this Jewish family in Ukraine - and so many others - Fellowship Freedom Flights to a new home in Israel provide safety and stability.
We are excited to announce one of the Tikva children, Bentzi, just got married! Tikva Children's Home, a Fellowship-supported orphanage, in Odessa, Ukraine, gives a home to orphans who have been abused or abandoned. While these children have suffered from neglect so early in their lives, Tikva allows them to grow up healthy and strong - making for many success stories like Bentzi's!
Once again, we are heartbroken in Israel. Last week a 13-year-old Jewish girl was murdered by a terrorist while she slept. A day later Rabbi Miki Mark, father of ten, was gunned down by terrorists as he was driving his wife and two of his children.
During the Holocaust, Elisabeth Luz kept correspondence alive between Jewish families and their children who'd been placed in hiding.
Last week, Israel honored Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese diplomat who helped 6,000 European Jews escape the Nazis during the Holocaust