Project Spotlight: Caring for the Holy Land’s Warriors

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At a time when COVID-19 cases are spiking in Israel, the soldiers who protect and care for the Holy Land now are the ones who need our care and protection. The Fellowship is providing over 300 care packages for Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers. These are for soldiers who either have been placed in isolation at their bases or hospitalized due to the virus.

Even before the pandemic, the warriors serving Israel spent a lot of time in training away from family and friends. Now, those who have the virus are again isolated from the people they love. Which is why this simple gift of basic hygienic products, audio and reading materials, and snacks is so meaningful. Thanks to our Christian and Jewish friends around the world, we are showing these warriors protecting the Holy Land that they are not alone and that we are here for them.

Throughout the year, The Fellowship supports IDF battalions located throughout Israel. These men and women are the true heroes of the Holy Land. A soldier must endure draining, never-ending work. Our commitment to these soldiers and our appreciation of their sacrifice remains ever so strong today, as we continue to face such an uncertain time and global health crisis.

Do you want to provide emergency care today to these warriors and other Israelis in need? Your gift will provide lifesaving essentials to the most vulnerable during this pandemic.

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