Project Spotlight: Winter Warmth

Project Spotlight: Winter Warmth

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The Fellowship recently launched our annual Winter Warmth initiative, through which we provide heating checks and warm clothing to help needy elderly, families, and children stay warm and heat their homes during the cold winter months in Israel and the former Soviet Union.

In Israel, 2,771 cards valued at $41 each will be distributed. In the former Soviet Union, 5,000 children will receive gift cards to purchase warm winter clothing such as coats, underwear, and shoes. Additionally over 18,000 elderly and 250 children will receive winter items such as heaters, warm clothing, subsidized utility bills, and heating fuels such as wood and coal.

Find out how you can help join our Winter Warmth initiative today.

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