Project Spotlight: Matzah Deliveries in the FSU

The Fellowship  |  April 20, 2022

Elderly Jewish woman holding IFCJ matzah food delivery box.
(Photo: FJC)

Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, The Fellowship has been assisting needy Jewish populations in the country by supplying deliveries like food and medication, and providing shelter, in addition to evacuating refugees to border crossings and funding aliyah (immigration to Israel).

The Fellowship is providing an additional assistance package that includes kosher food and other supplies for Passover. The assistance package will bring the total of The Fellowship’s emergency support to Jewish communities in Ukraine since the beginning of the war to $6.5 million.

In partnership with Chabad, The Fellowship is distributing ten tons of matzah for Passover to the Jewish community in Odesa. This delivery was planned even before the war broke out, but distribution was delayed due to the conflict.

Thank you for your continued support to the people of Ukraine!

Passover is here and vulnerable Jewish people still need your help. Your best gift today will help provide food, medicine, and shelter to someone in desperate need.