Project Spotlight: Reaching Out to At-Risk Youth

The Fellowship has supported ELEM, an organization that reaches out to at-risk youth, since 2002. Through a Fellowship House and an outreach van that distributes aid to young people on the streets at night, this organization offers hope to teens and young adults dealing with abuse, addiction, neglect, homelessness, and a host of other problems.

We are grateful to our generous donors who help us ensure that these young people don’t fall through the cracks and that Israel’s future remains bright.

Learn how you can help at-risk youth and other populations in need in Israel.

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