Yad B'Yad (which means "hand in hand") caters to the needs of the most desperate citizens of Israel — Holocaust survivors, single parents, handicapped veterans, lonely elderly, and new immigrants. Without this critical aid, supported by funds from The Fellowship's generous donors, these recipients would be without help and hope.
Six-year-old Yonatan lives with his 15-year-old brother, Shahar, and their mom, Chani, in Israel. Chani works as a clerk in a building materials company, a full-time, minimum-wage job that doesn't cover all of her family's needs. Despite their poor financial situation, Chani is upbeat and does everything she can to give her boys a good life.
In order for Israelis to survive in the desert, water experts needed to find ways to provide enough clean drinking water for Israeli citizens. Today, Israel is a world leader in water conservation and wants to share their techniques with other nations that are experiencing water shortages.
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