Project Spotlight: Sha’ar HaNegev Trauma Center

Fellowship donors have been helping build a reinforced trauma center in Sha’ar HaNegev, an Israeli community near the Gaza Strip where most people know someone who’s been injured or killed in a rocket attack. This trauma center will protect social workers and patients alike, so they won’t have to run to a bomb shelter in the middle of a session. The residents thank all the Christians and Jews around the world who love them and have made this protection possible.

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