Israeli scientists lead the way to discovering how to administer harsh drugs, similar to those used in chemotherapy, that won’t hurt healthy tissue, report writers at The Jerusalem Post.
Fellowship Bridge Blog
Tomorrow, for the Jewish holiday of Purim, elderly Jews in Israel – including Holocaust survivors – are invited to a Fellowship-hosted Purim celebration, where volunteers will also join in the festivities, making for a very special event.
Yael shares the deep, spiritual meaning of this holiday which is also a time to put on costumes, sing, dance, and give to one another and to charity.
Can you imagine not having access to hospital care, just because your community doesn’t have an ambulance to transport you there? This was the case for people living in the town of Rahat in Israel’s Negev desert, where poverty is widespread. This community worried that the next medical emergency could be fatal, not because of the injury or illness itself, but because they had no way to make it to the hospital in time. Find out how The Fellowship is changing this difficult story.
When fifth grader Rose Calvillo started studying the Holocaust in school, she learned about the Holocaust Museum Houston’s Butterfly Project, which is a global project to remember the 1.5 million children murdered in the Holocaust by making handmade butterflies to honor each child. Calvillo decided to bring this project to her school.