While the normal expression of Thanksgiving traditions may be under threat by social distancing and disease, we can find other creative ways to express our faith and gratitude to those we love.
This year, you provided 15 hospitals with emergency medical equipment — including over 60 ventilators —to treat coronavirus patients, when Israeli hospitals were overwhelmed with the pandemic.
Please join us in praying for a swift and complete recovery for the president and first lady, for all those who are sick, and for all whose health is threatened by this virus.
With more and more Israeli families in need of financial support during the coronavirus crisis, The Fellowship doubled its annual efforts to help vulnerable citizens during the High Holy Days.
A shot for the ongoing COVID-19 virus is being developed by Israel, with human testing set to begin in mid-October.
As Jews around the world begin the observance of Tisha B’Av, we will certainly not be mourning alone. The entire world is hurting.
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