One Israeli father is on a mission to make sure children with autism, like his son, get diagnosed early. This is the only way they’ll receive critical intervention therapies.
Fellowship Bridge Blog
Rabbi Eckstein and Yael lit the first candle of the Hanukkah menorah and sat down to talk about this miraculous holiday and how it is important to Christians and Jews.
The Fellowship's With Dignity and Fellowship program helps thousands of Israel’s impoverished elderly – many of them Holocaust survivors – with food, medicine, and companionship. Learn more about a special fashion show we hosted, where the models were With Dignity and Fellowship participants, as well as Holocaust survivors.
For most of her life, she’s been called Ruth. But this Holocaust survivor, whose parents died in Auschwitz, was called Bela for a short time after being orphaned during the war. Keren Blankfeld at the New York Times shares Ruth’s personal story of how she went from being an orphan in occupied Berlin to a thriving Jewish kid growing up in New York, all thanks to one American soldier.
If we are in lean times, we have to hold on to the promise of an abundant future.