“All Jews had to wear the Yellow Star,” Arthur recalled with a faraway look in his eyes.
“Jews were also not allowed to enter supermarkets, bakeries, or butcher stores until after 10 o’clock in the morning. By then, because of the food shortage, the shelves were empty. There was barely anything left.”
Sadly, Arthur still struggles to put food on the table today. He lives with his wife in a small apartment near Tel Aviv. Their only income is a small government pension, which does not even cover basic necessities like rent, food, and medicine.
“Without The Fellowship’s assistance, we would not have food to eat,” Arthur explained. “The Fellowship is always there to help and we are eternally grateful,” he said.
chai, which in Hebrew means life, to elderly Holocaust survivors like Arthur.
And that is why today, we ask you to give a gift of life – “chai.” You can be a blessing to a dear old man who has suffered far too much in his life – an old man like Arthur or one of the thousands like him getting Fellowship assistance.