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Thanks to Fellowship friends around the world, this tired and lonely Holocaust survivor knows she is not forgotten.
Yuri’s life is challenging because of physical and mental disabilities. But you are his one lifeline, bringing food, warmth, and love.
Raisa has spent 90 years in the same village the Nazis invaded in WWII. And now, the only one left from her family, she depends on you for food, warmth, and kindness.
When the Nazis and Communists both overtook her village, Varvara was left all alone. But you have remembered her.
Nina lost her entire family at Babi Yar. And the decades since haven't been easy for this Holocaust survivor… until Fellowship friends showed her love.
Thank you to Fellowship friends for saving this elderly Holocaust survivor from starvation and cold this winter.
Love from caring Christians around the world keeps Lylia going. But this winter, countless other elderly Jews – many of them Holocaust survivors – just like her need that same love.
The life of this 96-year-old Holocaust survivor in Ukraine has been saved many times by Christians in America.
Matat wouldn’t be alive if not for Fellowship friends. Quite literally, The Fellowship saved this elderly Jewish widower’s life when he’d lost all hope.
From the horrors she witnessed during the Holocaust to the traumas she faced later in life, Marfa depends on Fellowship friends for care and companionship, especially as the holidays arrive.
90-year-old Viktor's life had turned to one of loneliness and despair - until Fellowship friends stepped in with compassion and care.
All alone except for the Fellowship friends who remember her, this elderly Jewish woman must survive on just $84 a month.
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