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Isaiah 58

Holocaust Remembrance Day

As we observed International Holocaust Remembrance Day Sunday, January 27th, may we pledge to always remember those who died. But also to act to help those who survived — and who still cry out for our help today.

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Critical Care, Warmth, and Dignity

Right now, The Fellowship is working swiftly through Operation Winter Warmth to meet the growing needs of impoverished Jews around the world, and we need your help urgently.

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They Must Not Be Forgotten

Today, tens of thousands of elderly Holocaust survivors are crying out for help.  These scared and fragile souls throughout the former Soviet Union are living out the remaining days of their life in desperation. 

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A Nine-year-old Should Never Face Such Hatred

Nine-year-old Nastya’s world is one full of challenges, especially living in a very dangerous part of Kiev, Ukraine. Every day, Nastya must pass by a disgusting drawing of a woman with the word “Jew” on her forehead.

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Nowhere Else to Turn

As children during WWII, Bella and Alexander were forced to flee their hometown of Donetsk, Ukraine, to escape the Nazis. And last summer they became refugees once again as fighting between the Ukrainian army and pro-Russian separatists escalated all around them.

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A Small Gift Makes a World of Difference

“I still cry at night when I think about my family and what happened to them,” Mazalit says. She was only seven years old as WWII wreaked havoc across Europe.

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Will You Be an Angel of Hope Today?

We met 7-year-old David and his 2-month-old baby sister, Angelina, at a Fellowship-supported orphanage in Odessa, Ukraine. Their mother suffers from a debilitating mental illness, unable to care for them.

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Our God-Given Moment to Help Save Lives!

Majina is a 78-year-old Jewish woman from Mariupol, Ukraine, who until just two years ago was still providing loving care for children in her community.

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Josef – The Story of a Survivor

Josef, a 75-year-old Ukrainian Jew, is a Holocaust survivor. During World War II he was imprisoned at the notorious Nazi death camp at Auschwitz. For many years, Josef kept his horrific stories of the events during the war to himself.

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Isaiah 58 Cares for a Struggling Family

Feeding six young children and keeping them healthy would be a challenge for any set of parents. But Jelena and Misha parents of six children aged 3 to 11 face additional hurdles.

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Forced to Choose Between Prejudice or Poverty

Four-year-old Angelina, her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother were forced to flee their native Ukraine due to growing anti-Semitism. They settled in a small impoverished town in Georgia, where they are free from hatred and prejudice, but must fight daily for their survival. Because they are not Georgian citizens, they are not able to work or receive government assistance.

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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.

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