The Fellowship has again committed to help tens of thousands of needy Jews in Israel and the former Soviet Union by providing them with food for the celebration of Passover, which begins at sundown on April 10 this year. We will distribute holiday food packages at food centers and soup kitchens as well as make special deliveries to homebound elderly.
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High school students in Jerusalem will fund their visit to Poland by working on an archaeological dig site to help uncover a unique collection of ritual baths.
The Fellowship Hotline provides anyone in need in Israel a place to call to get help. Fellowship operators are trained to direct callers to a Fellowship project, other non-profit organization, or government body that can help with their particular issue. When there isn’t an obvious project or group to direct callers to, the Fellowship operators get creative -- like with IDF veteran Yitzhak.
If there’s one word we hear just about every day, it is our name. However, every time our name is said, it doesn’t always carry the same meaning. Let’s say your name is Jane. There’s the “Jane” that is said sweetly and means “I love you.” Then there is the “Jane” that is said sternly and means “You’re in big trouble!" So what did it mean when God kept calling Moses by name? And what does it mean when he calls us by name?
A group of African American women heading female organizations within churches across the U.S. recently visited Israel, where The Fellowship facilitated a meeting with some Border Policewomen we support.
Watch to see how Israelis transformed a lifeguard tower into a beautiful beach house overlooking the ocean.
An Israeli prime ministerial advisor, diplomat, and author, Avner served under Golda Meir, Levi Eshkol, Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin, and Shimon Peres.
After spending nearly two years building a replica of a 2,500-year-old ship, the University of Haifa and the Israel Antiquities Authority sailed this replica on the Haifa Bay over the weekend.
This dish is brought to you by Chef Moti David of Adom in Jerusalem! He shows you how to make a popular street food loved by Jews on Sabbath morning – sabich.
Zelig has reached the impressive age of 101 years and is still mentally sharp. He lives alone in a small apartment and spends most of his days at home because he’s lost his agility and strength. Unfortunately, his small social security income isn’t enough to afford all the basic necessities. Learn how The Fellowship is helping.