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Project Spotlight: Summer Camp for Ukraine’s Disadvantaged Families

Fellowship Blog

Project Spotlight: Summer Camp for Ukraine’s Disadvantaged Families

This summer, the Fellowship-supported Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine hosted a day camp for mothers and their children from disadvantaged families.

Let’s Make Jewish Bow Tie Cookies!

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Let’s Make Jewish Bow Tie Cookies!

Try this classic Jewish treat, called kichlach, made of fried dough dusted with powdered sugar thanks to our friends at The Nosher!

Advocates and Allies: Jun Shun Pan

Fellowship Blog

Advocates and Allies: Jun Shun Pan

A Chinese man living in Ukraine during World War II, Jun Shun Pan hid a young Jewish girl from the Nazis, saving her life.

Starting School in Israel

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Starting School in Israel

120 new olim (immigrants) from Ukraine arrived yesterday on a Fellowship Freedom Flight, 9 of them set to begin first grade in their new home in the Holy Land.

Where Is the World Headed?

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Where Is the World Headed?

As incidents of anti-Semitism and hatred worry many that the ugly past is repeating itself, we have the opportunity to do things differently.

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