By partnering with various organizations on the ground in the former Soviet Union, The Fellowship is able to help tens of thousands of needy Jews, including children, impoverished families, the disabled, and the elderly who are desperately trying to make ends meet on little to no income.
Thank you for protecting Israel’s children with us!
Right now, The Fellowship is on the ground caring for the most vulnerable populations in the Holy Land — the elderly, young mothers and their children, and recent immigrants.
The Fellowship’s On Wings of Eagles program assists needy Jews in making aliyah on Fellowship Freedom Flights. They come from all over the world — Russia, France, Ukraine, Argentina, and elsewhere — to escape anti-Semitism and extreme poverty, and to realize the dream of living in their biblical homeland.
The Fellowship distributed birthday cards to 7,700 children living in orphanages throughout Israel.
Thanks to the support of millions of Christians worldwide, The Fellowship launched this year’s High Holy Days program in Israel and the former Soviet Union (FSU) – and it has been a huge success!
Thousands of Jewish children from across the former Soviet Union (FSU), aged 6-17, attended the Fellowship-supported FJC’s network of summer camps this year.
“I’ve already learned a few Hebrew words here and I want to continue learning in school!” says six year old Vika who just made aliyah from Ukraine with her family. She’s excited to begin a new life in Israel and grateful that The Fellowship is here to help every step of the way!
To celebrate summer and bring youth volunteers together with elderly in Israel, The Fellowship’s field coordinator in the Jordan Valley and Gilboa region organized a summer volunteer outing.
To help IDF soldiers recover after injury, The Fellowship is distributing special kits filled with basic items, such as towels, a tooth brush and tooth paste, packs of coffee and a mug, and other items that will make them more comfortable during their hospital stay.
Recently, Fellowship President Yael Eckstein and other Israeli dignitaries attended a dedication at a Fellowship-supported hospital in Afula. The Fellowship approved a grant to fortify a floor at the HaEmek Medical Center in northern Israel, as it is one of the cities that is vulnerable to rocket and missile attacks.
Fellowship-supported Tikva Children’s Home cares for hundreds of homeless, abandoned, and abused Jewish children in Ukraine and neighboring regions of the former Soviet Union. They provide loving care and a quality education that emphasizes Jewish faith. The goal is to empower the children to grow into self-sufficient individuals who give back to the community.
For many of the elderly and Holocaust survivors who visit Fellowship-supported Mana Hama Soup Kitchen, this place is much more than a soup kitchen.
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