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Faces of The Fellowship: Simon

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Faces of The Fellowship: Simon

When World War II broke out, Simon was 17 years old and just a few months away from finishing high school. But once the war started, he and his parents were evacuated from their home in Kharkov, Ukraine, to a mountainous region in Russia.

Faces of The Fellowship: Olesya

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Faces of The Fellowship: Olesya

Six-year-old Olesya lives with her parents and her older half-brother in a tiny house in the countryside of Belarus. Her father built most of the house himself – and while he is very proud of his work, the house is very drafty, which makes the cold winters extremely uncomfortable. He…

Faces of The Fellowship: Artem

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Faces of The Fellowship: Artem

Artem lives with his father in Ukraine. Tragically, Artem's mother died of cancer just last year. His father works long hours as a driver to earn enough money to support the two of them, so Artem must spend a lot of time at school. Because of the ongoing unrest and…

Faces of The Fellowship: Isaak and Nina

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Faces of The Fellowship: Isaak and Nina

As a child, Isaak (78) remembers being evacuated from his hometown in Ukraine in order to escape the approaching Nazi army. Now a grandfather, Isaak has been evacuated once again, forced to flee the fighting in his hometown of Lugansk, Ukraine.

Surviving Evil, Standing for Righteousness

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Surviving Evil, Standing for Righteousness

Rescued from the Nazi's by our future Fellowship supporter, this Jewish lady immigrated to the United States and enjoyed a blessed and successful life.

Read donor stories including how one woman was committed to helping suffering Jews in the former Soviet Union (FSU) through gift planning.

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A Lifetime of Commitment to Israel

In the small town where Frances grew up, no one understood why the young woman was so committed to help suffering Jews in the former Soviet Union (FSU).

An Orphan Finds a New Home in the Holy Land

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An Orphan Finds a New Home in the Holy Land

David and his brother Jacob were raised by elderly parents in the Ukraine. Their mom died when David was only six years old and their father died shortly after. The brothers were then raised by their grandmother, their only living relative. David recalls his childhood as "very hard."

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Giving Tuesday — Be Doubly Blessed

Learn more about this tradition from the Holy Land, and take part in celebrating the Double Blessings of Giving Tuesday the first week of December.

Todah Rabah, Friends!

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Todah Rabah, Friends!

Thanks to generous friends of The Fellowship, we have been able to help more than 1.5 million people over the past year.

Help Needy Holocaust Survivors

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Help Needy Holocaust Survivors

During the Holocaust, fear and hatred took over Europe. With the torture and brutal murder of so many Jews and others deemed "undesirable," it is only by God's grace that anyone survived the Nazis' reign of terror.

Faces of The Fellowship: Miryam

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Faces of The Fellowship

Miryam is 86 and lives alone. She has two physically disabled sons who receive disability stipends from the government that barely help them make ends meet – and, sadly, don’t allow them to also help their mother.

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