Students and volunteers from Modiin, Israel, helped uncover 900-year-old crusader jewelry and learned more about their own community’s rich history! Watch now to learn more about the discovery.
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Over 7 million Ethiopians suffer from malnutrition, so an Israeli nonprofit, Fair Planet, has developed seeds that will yield more crops for Ethiopian farmers.
Gerda Valentiner was a Danish teacher who not only joined the Resistance against the Nazis, but rescued numerous Jewish children from death, helping them reach safety.
The Fellowship proudly supports Susan’s House, an organization that helps at risk youth in Israel develop professional skills to rise above their desperate situations. Many of these youths come from disadvantaged homes or have parents who abuse or neglect them. But at the Fellowship-supported Susan’s House, these at risk young adults are taught a new vocation, so they can one day enter the workforce with confidence. In the meantime, this Fellowship-supported organization also provides them with food and other basic needs.
While visiting Morocco this week, Yael was amazed at the love and care the Moroccan people show the nation's Jewish community - 2,500 people strong. In this video, she takes us on a tour of a 500-year-old synagogue in Marrakesh.