Ukraine War: A Year in Crisis, No End in Sight

When war erupted in Ukraine two years ago, The Fellowship was there to help. Having been on the ground in the former Soviet Union for over 30 years, we were uniquely prepared to act—delivering basic needs, providing rescue for the hundreds of thousands of fleeing refugees, and facilitating aliyah to the Holy Land.

As the war continues, threatening the hundreds of thousands of Jewish people remaining in Ukraine, we continue to provide food and medication, we continue to provide heat and electricity as power grids are attacked and the winter chill grips the region, and  we continue to provide aliyah for refugees seeking safety in Israel. Learn more how you help The Fellowship ensure that Ukraine’s Jews have everything they need during this time of peril.

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'The Fellowship Is My Lifeline'

The Fellowship  |  May 15, 2024
Liza relies on The Fellowship to see her through the difficulty of old age and illness.
Children interact with Fellowship staff at Tikva Odesa school in Ukraine.

Don’t Forget About the Jews in Ukraine

The Fellowship  |  March 13, 2024
Learn what's happening on the ground in Ukraine as the war continues and the Jewish people there still face hardship.
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Hundreds of Thousands of Ukrainian Jews Need Help

The Fellowship  |  February 29, 2024
After more than two years of war, The Fellowship is committed to helping Ukrainian Jews who need support.
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Ukrainian Holocaust Survivor Again Faces the Evil of War

The Fellowship  |  February 22, 2024
Roman, an 87-year-old Ukrainian Holocaust survivor, tells us how the war in Ukraine has reopened wounds he thought were healed long ago.
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Acknowledging 2 Years of War in Ukraine

The Fellowship  |  February 19, 2024
You allow us to continue our holy work in war-torn Ukraine two years later.
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Providing Crisis Care in Ukraine as Third Year of War Begins

The Fellowship  |  February 19, 2024
One of our partner organizations in the FSU—the JDC—is on the ground in crisis-torn Ukraine helping those who still face hardship.
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A Journey into Ukraine as the War Anniversary Approaches

The Fellowship  |  February 14, 2024
As we arrive at the second anniversary of the war in Ukraine, we get an update on how people are doing amid the ongoing crisis.
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Project Spotlight: Feeding Elderly in War-Torn Ukraine

The Fellowship  |  January 8, 2024
As the war in Ukraine heats up, see how you are helping the elderly survive the bitter winter and ongoing uncertainty.
Varvara, blind Holocaust survivor, receives aid from The Fellowship in Ukraine

You Bring Her Light and Happiness

The Fellowship  |  October 16, 2023
For nearly 90 years, Varvara has endured so much—orphaned during the Holocaust and now blind in the middle of a war zone—but you bring her hope and help.
Irina, Jewish woman in Ukraine, receiving aid from The Fellowship

Help from The Fellowship

The Fellowship  |  July 10, 2023
This elderly Jewish woman in Ukraine and her family have survived life in a warzone because of help from Christian friends around the world.
Natalia, a Jewish widow in Ukraine whose family receives help from The Fellowship

The Great Things You Do

The Fellowship  |  July 3, 2023
Your support—your prayers and your loving gifts—has provided the love and care this Jewish widow and her family need.
Maya, elderly Jewish woman from Ukraine, receiving care from The Fellowship during rocket attacks on Netivot, Israel, May 2023

Caring for Maya

The Fellowship  |  May 22, 2023
From escaping war in Ukraine to finding help during recent rocket attacks in Israel, Maya knows The Fellowship is there for her.

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