Project Spotlight: Bringing Snacks to Kids in Bomb Shelters

Project Spotlight: Bringing Snacks to Kids in Bomb Shelters

Credit:Olivier Fitoussi

The rockets fired at Israel from Gaza earlier this month have ceased, for now. We are so thankful for Fellowship friends like you who helped us to take immediate action on the ground helping and protecting the most vulnerable. Thanks to you we provided snacks and games to kids spending their day in public bomb shelters as rocket sirens sounded. Thank you for protecting Israel’s children with us!

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