We received a moving thank-you letter from the daughter of Hasiya, a 91-year-old Holocaust survivor who receives a monthly supermarket food card as a beneficiary of The Fellowship’s With Dignity and Fellowship program. Hasiya also received dental treatments through our dental treatment program for Holocaust survivors. Thank you, Fellowship friends, for making this kind of assistance possible!
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Nicolette Bruining was a Dutch teacher, theologian, and radio personality who helped Jews during the Holocaust, earning her recognition as Righteous Among the Nations.
Tel Aviv University researchers have found the molecular biomarkers in the blood for preeclampsia – a condition during pregnancy that can impact blood flow to the fetus and is a common cause of maternal deaths.
Fellowship donors have been helping build a reinforced trauma center in Sha'ar HaNegev, an Israeli community near the Gaza Strip where most people know someone who’s been injured or killed in a rocket attack. This trauma center will protect social workers and patients alike, so they won’t have to run to a bomb shelter in the middle of a session.
When Talya, 42, realized she couldn’t afford to send her son to a school for gifted and outstanding children, she felt heartbroken. She didn’t want to hold her son back just because she couldn’t afford this wonderful opportunity. So she called the Fellowship Crisis Hotline.