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Faces of The Fellowship: Margarita

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Faces of The Fellowship: Margarita

Seven-year-old Margarita lives in a tiny apartment in a large Soviet-style apartment block in central Kiev, Ukraine. All Margarita can see outside her window is a mall and a busy intersection, basically many feet of concrete and cars. Inside, things are not much better. The wallpaper is so old and…

Rabbi Eckstein at Tikva. Learn lessons from Leviticus

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Project Spotlight: Tikva Children’s Home

Fellowship-supported Tikva Children’s Home cares for homeless, abandoned, and abused Jewish children in Ukraine and neighboring regions of the former Soviet Union. Through their three children’s homes – an infants’ and toddlers’ home for ages 0-6, a girls’ home for ages 7-16, and a boys’ home for ages 7-16 –…

Faces of The Fellowship: Bella and Ira

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Faces of The Fellowship: Bella and Ira

At 91, Bella still makes an effort to get dressed up on the rare occasions she has visitors. This long-time resident of Kiev, Ukraine, spends much of her time alone, save for visits from Irina (Ira), her homecare worker provided by Fellowship-supported Hesed. “Ira goes well beyond what is required,” Bella…

Project Spotlight: Fellowship Assistance During the Israeli Wildfires

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Project Spotlight: Fellowship Assistance During the Israeli Wildfires

The recent wildfires in Israel caused an estimated $520 million in property damages, injured hundreds of citizens, and caused tens of thousands of residents to flee their homes as flames were approaching. Fortunately, no deaths were linked to the fires, but at least 600 homes and some 32,000 acres of…

Israelis You Should Know: Ilona Feher

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Israelis You Should Know: Ilona Feher

Ilona Feher was a world-renowned violinist who survived the Holocaust and made aliyah (immigrated) to Israel to become an equally famous violin teacher.

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