This winter Yael Eckstein was on the ground in Israel with Holocaust survivors like Shoshana, a 99-year-old survivor who lost her family in the Holocaust.
You make it possible for needy families in the FSU to receive assistance such as food and medicine, as well as homecare visits and therapy, helping them live happier and healthier lives.
The Fellowship together with partner organization United Hatzalah distributed more than 200 packages of warm blankets, space heaters, and food supplies to elderly residents ahead of winter storm.
We are delivering winter warmth to elderly and families who live in poverty and whose housing conditions are inadequate under the best circumstances.
The Fellowship provides for the needs of children in need, offering financial support to Jewish families in the FSU, so remote learning for students is still possible.
In 2020, we helped provide food, clothing, and warmth to over 100,000 elderly and Holocaust survivors in the former Soviet Union!
In 2020, The Fellowship partnered with United Hatzalah to provide 200 oxygen kits and 160 trauma kits to first-response volunteers.
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