Mikhail, 71, once had a good job as a radio technician, a family, and a secure home to return to at the end of the day in Moldova, part of the former Soviet Union (FSU). Today, Mikhail is divorced and has little contact with his sons. Retired and barely able to support himself on his tiny pension, Mikhail spends his days in a house that is falling apart. Learn what The Fellowship is doing to help.
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Marie-Rose Gineste not only delivered — on her bicycle — a pro-Jewish and anti-Nazi letter to French churches, but also sheltered and saved many Jews during the Holocaust
Rabbi Rachel Barenblat shares how it felt to have her synagogue in western Massachusetts graffitied in love. In these troubling times after the Pittsburgh shooting, people from her community decorated the synagogue with signs saying “We Support You,” and notes of love – sending a strong message that she is “surrounded by allies.”
The first time that I participated in elections as a citizen of Israel, I was moved to tears. I thought about my grandparents, who were Holocaust survivors, and how they and their families were at the mercy of another nation. . .
The Fellowship feels blessed to not only provide basic needs to the needy elderly across Israel, but also to provide them days of joy, like sponsoring art classes, to lighten their spirits and provide them some comfort.