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.
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Writing at the New York Times, Melissa Eddy tells us how survivor Zar worked in the home of a Nazi commander – as well as saved the lives of Jewish orphans – and when she moved to the U.S. she shared her life story in her memoir, “In the Mouth of the Wolf.”
Real kindness is when we do something without expecting anything in return, even gratitude.
In the aftermath of the Pittsburgh tragedy, writers at Tablet Magazine turn to scripture to find healing and strength.
As anti-Semitism is again on the rise, both in Israel and elsewhere around the world, The Fellowship has led efforts to protect Jewish communities.