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Holocaust Survivors

Today, thousands of elderly Jews who miraculously escaped death during the Holocaust are living out their final years in poverty and isolation. Many live solely on meager pensions – having to make the impossible choice every day between buying food and other essentials like lifesaving medicines, shelter, and heat in the winter months.

Thanks to friends like you, vulnerable Holocaust survivors throughout Israel and across the vast former Soviet Union receive basic necessities needed for survival through our Guardians of Israel and Isaiah 58 ministries of compassion.

As the psalmist prayed, “Do not cast me away when I am old; do not forsake me when my strength is gone” (Psalm 71:9). The Fellowship takes these words of the Bible to heart in caring for frail Holocaust survivors who are in dire need. Please join us in this urgent work before it is too late.

Will You Help Arthur?

October 24, 2016

"All Jews had to wear the Yellow Star," Arthur recalled with a faraway look in his eyes. "Jews were also not allowed to enter supermarkets, bakeries, or butcher stores until after 10 o'clock in the morning. By then, because of the food shortage, the shelves were empty. There was barely anything left."

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