After the fires in Haifa, Israel, ravaged the city at the end of November, many residents were left wondering how they could restore their parks, trees, and gardens that had been burned.
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Watch now to learn how to make the perfect treat for the Jewish New Year of the Trees, which will be celebrated this weekend!
Writing for the Huffington Post, Nina Golgowski explains how one man’s determination to clean a swastika from a New York train with hand sanitizer inspired the train riders to work together – erasing the message of hate.
Archaeologists from Hebrew University and Liberty University have uncovered a new cave that once held Dead Sea Scrolls.
Yael shows how to tie the headscarf traditionally worn by Jewish women, while discussing what the Bible and Judaism say about women of faith.
This Saturday is Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish holiday also known as the New Year of the Trees. Instituted in the book of Leviticus, this minor Jewish festival is a time to eat specific foods mentioned in the Bible, plant trees, and celebrate the natural world God created. How much do you know about this Jewish celebration? Take our quiz and find out!
Dr. Clara Ambrus saved countless Jews during the Holocaust, then dedicated the rest of her life to the world of medicine.
An Israeli company has developed a new method for testing glucose levels that doesn’t require access to the patient’s blood, offering relief to diabetes sufferers everywhere.
The Fellowship’s Audio Book Project enables seeing-impaired Israelis, many of them elderly, to enjoy the pleasure of listening to literature. For many of these people, their vision impairment means a life of isolation and despair. Many are physically unable to leave their homes, leaving them trapped in silence with only their memories, which are often bleak, to keep them company.
A friend of The Fellowship was so inspired by her trip to Israel that she wrote a book of poetry, the proceeds of which will support The Fellowship and those we help.