Just before Passover, we’ve mobilized our staff and volunteers to safely provide emergency deliveries of food boxes to Holocaust survivors and elderly. They are at greater risk of getting critically ill from the coronavirus.
We feel so privileged to be on the ground in Israel, as we continue to help the elderly who feel alone, afraid, and are grasping for some hope during this sacred season.
We help people like Esther, an 83-year-old woman in Israel living alone. She feels blessed that she doesn’t have to go out to the grocery store during the pandemic thanks to Fellowship emergency deliveries for Passover. “I want to bless The Fellowship and its donors for caring about me and bringing me this food when I can’t go out. I don’t know how I would survive without you,” says Esther.
In difficult times like this, elderly can feel especially isolated. Thankfully, The Fellowship is in contact with thousands of seniors to access their urgent needs and address their loneliness.
Even in the middle of a global pandemic, The Fellowship is not slowing down our Passover efforts. We continue to provide emergency deliveries of essential food just before Passover, making sure to care for the most vulnerable. Our staff and volunteers continue deliver food, hand sanitizer, and soap to those who need it most. Pray that we raise enough funds to help every vulnerable elderly Jew during this uncertain time.
Learn how you can help Israel’s most vulnerable during the pandemic sweeping the globe. In addition to prayers, your gift could be the difference between life and death for an elderly Holocaust survivor.Tags: Project Spotlight