Dimitar Peshev was the Vice President of Bulgaria's Parliament during the Holocaust, and his actions saved 48,000 Jews from certain death.
Fellowship Bridge Blog
Do you wonder what Israeli innovators will think up next? Check out the eight new high-tech devices available in 2018.
Amichai Farkas, a Fellowship writer in Israel, shares his front-row seat to our lifesaving work in 2017.
The Fellowship’s Ami Farkas recently made a project visit to the Fellowship-supported Yad LaKashish (meaning “lifeline for the elderly”) program, which allows the elderly in Israel to stay engaged by teaching them how to make handcrafted items to sell to the community. But, more importantly, the program provides daily hot meals and a small stipend for the crafts made, providing a lifeline of support to Israel’s poor, elderly immigrant population.
German-born Jewish artist, Alice Cohn, figured out how to forge Dutch identity papers to save hundreds of Jewish children from the Nazis, and today her identity cards are being shown at the National Holocaust Museum in Amsterdam.