Faces of the Fellowship

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Faces of The Fellowship: Oleksandr and Olena

“You provide care and attention to every new olim [immigrant]. Thank you!” says Olena.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Sofia

"There are not enough words to say thank you to you," says Fellowship beneficiary and this week's Faces of The Fellowship .

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Faces of The Fellowship: Vladimir and Sofia

“Life has improved,” Vladimir, a Fellowship recipient says. “I am grateful to The Fellowship.”

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Faces of The Fellowship: Zola

Zola was a child when his hometown of Nikolaev, Ukraine, was surrendered to the Germans. He held his mother’s hand as they fled to a bomb shelter. She pulled him along, with explosions all around and soldiers wearing gas masks walking through the streets. Zola was scared.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Sigal

“I pray every day for my kids’ well-being and health,” says this week's faces of The Fellowship, Sigal. “I don’t know what I’d do if something happened. I have to trust everything is in God’s hands.”

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Faces of The Fellowship: Halyna

Andrii and Halyna are a young couple who just arrived in Israel from Ukraine with the help of The Fellowship.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Shoma

102-year-old Shoma is blind, nearly deaf, and can barely walk on his own. Despite these major health challenges, Shoma is fiercely independent.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Dvora

Dvora knows all about the biblical city of Tiberias, where she has lived most of her life. Today, she’s 90 years old and still cherishes memories of her youth in this holy city.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Anna

“Welcome! Come in!” Anna says to Fellowship representatives as they enter her apartment, which is small, but decorated with potted plants wherever they will fit. Anna then sits down at a small table and begins to tell her story.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Nina

Nina, an elderly woman in the former Soviet republic of Moldova, used to be a brilliant doctor. She was once fluent in Yiddish, Russian, and Ukrainian, yet today, she suffers from dementia, and is often disoriented. She only remembers Ukrainian, since that was her first language, and suffers from heart disease and glaucoma.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Vania

Natalya noticed that her three-year-old son Vania wasn’t communicating as well as other children his age, only speaking in two-word sentences.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Efrat and Nehoray

Hani puts on a brave face for her children, Efrat, 11, Nehoray, 6. They laugh and play with the carefree bliss that all children deserve unaware of the family’s hardship.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Esther

Learn more about how our donors helped us bring Passover blessings to Esther, so that she has what she needs to celebrate the holiday in dignity.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Andrii and Halyna

Andrii and Halyna are a young couple who just arrived in Israel from Ukraine with the help of The Fellowship. They can’t wait to start their new lives in their biblical homeland, and are especially grateful that their 1-year-old son has a chance to receive better medical care.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Daniel

Daniel’s parents wondered why their son didn’t play make believe games with his dolls and friends the way children usually do. The family had recently escaped war-torn Ukraine and were living in Moscow, and Daniel’s mother, Olga, was able to bring Daniel to the Fellowship-supported Chamah Center for Child Development for help.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Roza

Roza is a 94-year-old Holocaust survivor from Morocco who now lives in Israel after making aliyah (immigrating to Israel). She relies on The Fellowship for survival.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Valerii and Liliia

“This conflict has had a direct impact on our lives,” says new olim (immigrant), Valerii, who with help from The Fellowship just made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) from war-torn Ukraine with his wife, Liliia ...

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Faces of The Fellowship: Inna

Inna, 61, is one of just a few Jews who remain in Moldavanka, the former center of Orthodox Jewish life in Odessa, Ukraine, and today a scene of decay and disrepair. Learn how The Fellowship is offering to help.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Etti

After an abusive, controlling childhood, Etti went looking for love in all the wrong places. When she wound up alone with two young children to care for, The Fellowship stepped in with practical help and the gift of security.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Edna

Edna has been an orphan for 74 years. Her father died when she was a year old, her mother when she was 9. Today she is 83, living in Israel, and once again alone. Learn how The Fellowship is meeting Edna's needs.

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Faces of The Fellowship: Rostik

Sergei had poured his heart and soul into building a small business in western Russia, and then it went bankrupt. When this happened, Sergei immediately worried about his 6-year-old son, Rostik. Sergei and his wife had spent most of their earnings on getting medical care for Rostik, who needs . . . 

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