Stories From Those You Help
After a lifetime of hardship that began as her family fled the Nazis during the Holocaust, Paulina has Fellowship friends who haven't forgotten her.
Born with cerebral palsy as the Holocaust threatened her Jewish family, Svetlana has overcome challenges her entire life.
Raisa hasn’t forgotten losing her mother and sister during the Holocaust. And she knows that you haven’t forgotten her.
Irina survived the Holocaust, Soviet rule, and now the ongoing pandemic, which has been made easier because of Fellowship friends like you.
At 101 years of age, Roza has spent nearly a century - from Nazi-occupied Europe to a Communist gulag - facing unimaginable persecution because of her Jewish faith.
Ninel is a widow in Israel whose life of loneliness and poverty is made better because of Fellowship friends, especially during the Passover season.
This elderly painter in Israel lost his wife and family, and all he has left this Passover is his artwork and Fellowship friends like you.
Throughout her life, Miryam has lost her eyesight and her family, and now all she has left are Fellowship friends like you.
This developmentally disabled Jewish man named Roman would have a bleak life, but you give him hope during Passover and all year round.
Throughout her life, Yunona has stayed faithful, despite living under Nazi and Soviet persecution, and still celebrates Passover thanks to you.
Caring for her elderly mother and young son in the small room of a hostel they share on the border where she serves, Tatiana depends on help from Fellowship friends.
Thanks to Fellowship friends around the world, this tired and lonely Holocaust survivor knows she is not forgotten.
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