Shlomo and Simona have vivid memories of the Holocaust and always being hungry as children in the Jewish ghetto. Now late in their seventies, the horrific images from their young lives in Latvia still haunt them.
Although it has been more than 20 years since they made aliyah to the Holy Land, they still face bitter hardship with little money and failing health. No one should have to choose between food, medicine, heating fuel, or electricity.
We are immensely thankful that together through The Fellowship, we are able to help Shlomo and Simona.
But the tragic reality is that tens of thousands of impoverished Jewish families, children, and elderly—including thousands of Holocaust survivors—live in poverty, cannot care for themselves, and have nowhere else to turn.
That is why The Fellowship created Operation Winter Warmth. This lifesaving ministry provides warm blankets, help with heating costs, critical food, and other necessities to vulnerable elderly Jews in the former Soviet Union, Israel, and around the world.
With your help, The Fellowship is on the ground responding to provide the urgent and compassionate care impoverished Jews so desperately need.
For many, their winter survival depends heavily on your compassion and generosity.
God calls us to care for the weak. We are to provide food for the hungry, healing for the sick, warmth and care for the vulnerable. And when we take action, we know God promises His blessings will be upon us.
Please give this crucial gift of warmth today to help save lives.