13 New Bomb Shelters for Rocket-Torn Israel

The Fellowship  |  May 13, 2021

Two men moving an IFCJ mobile bomb shelter in Ashkelon.

In response to the conflict in Israel this week, The Fellowship placed 13 mobile bomb shelters in the heavily bombarded city of Ashkelon yesterday. Three more shelters were placed in the nearby Hof Ashkelon Region Council community, and 4 will be placed in Sderot on Friday. The Fellowship also provided security staff in Ashkelon with 25 protective vests.

Though the pandemic subdued terror activity in 2020, The Fellowship has been actively preparing for future conflicts, placing 59 mobile bomb shelters and distributing nearly 1,000 protective vest in the past 18 months alone. To date, The Fellowship has placed over 2,800 bomb shelters throughout Israel.

A crane placing an IFCJ branded bomb shelter in place.
Seven people lined up in protective vests looking directly at the camera.

The Fellowship is on the ground NOW helping those in harm’s way and meeting desperate needs like bomb shelters and other security necessities for vulnerable Jews and displaced Israelis with nowhere to turn. Learn how you can help keep Israel and her people secure.

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