Every year some 5,000 birders visit Israel, as its location at the crossroads of three continents – Europe, Asia, and Africa – brings feathered friends from all over the world. While you're likely to see between 80 and 110 species of birds in the skies over Israel even during the off-season, during the two major annual migrations – in the spring and fall – you can expect to see up to 200 species of birds.
In the face of all her challenges, single mother of five Orli relies on hard work, faith in God, and The Fellowship. “I recently turned to The Fellowship for help,” Orli said. “Working in the welfare department has given me an insight into The Fellowship’s Kupat Yedidut, or emergency fund, project and so I made a request.” Learn how The Fellowship helped restore her hope.
Many children in Israel are at risk because their parents can no longer care for them. Whether the parents are deceased, poverty-stricken, afflicted with mental illness, addicted to drugs or alcohol, or caught up in a life of crime, the children are the ones who suffer most. Thankfully, the Fellowship-funded Neve Michael Children’s Home provides a safe haven for 3- to 18-year-olds throughout Israel who are impacted by these traumatic circumstances.
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