When Talya, 42, realized she couldn’t afford to send her son to a school for gifted and outstanding children, she felt heartbroken. She didn’t want to hold her son back just because she couldn’t afford this wonderful opportunity. So she called the Fellowship Crisis Hotline.
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“It will be wonderful to live close to our grandsons and enjoy the rest of our lives together with our loved ones,” says 58-year-old Tetiana who just arrived in Israel on a Fellowship Freedom Flight with her husband Alexander, 61. The couple made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) from Ukraine to join their daughter and two grandsons who live in Haifa. They also moved to escape war-torn Ukraine.
93-year-old Mishka Zaslavsky was the only survivor of the 1941 Odessa massacre, and is now one of too many Holocaust survivors still struggling to survive in Ukraine.
A 92-year-old Holocaust survivor still dons the clothing and number he was forced to wear by the Nazis so that people will remember this dark era in human history.
Many combat soldiers who were discharged from the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) suffer with emotional distress, like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Yet many cannot afford to seek the therapy treatments they need to better cope with their condition. Thankfully, the Fellowship-supported Retorno program provides psychological care to soldiers who need it most, like Binyamin.