Project Spotlight: Susan’s House

The Fellowship proudly supports Susan’s House, an organization that helps at risk youth in Israel develop professional skills to rise above their desperate situations. Many of these youths come from disadvantaged homes or have parents who abuse or neglect them. But at the Fellowship-supported Susan’s House, these at risk young adults are taught a new vocation, so they can one day enter the workforce with confidence. In the meantime, this Fellowship-supported organization also provides them with food and other basic needs.

They learn skills in glass work, ceramics, and jewelry making, and also learn time management and decision making skills, which builds their resume so that one day they can have a successful career after they complete their training.

We are so proud to support this program that brings hope to so many Israeli young adults who face daily challenges. We hope to continue to see these young adults shine!

Learn how to support more Fellowship-supported programs like this one today.

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