Providing Security


The Fellowship serves as watchmen on the walls for God’s people — providing ongoing safety and emergency support for first responders, hospitals, synagogues, and citizens threatened by terror and war.

A red truck and four men working to build a bomb shelter near a soccer field.

Project Spotlight: Security for Israel’s South

The Fellowship  |  May 9, 2023
Fellowship security projects in the south—like mobile bomb shelters and fortified vehicles for first responders—protect the people of Israel.
Zhana, an elderly Jewish woman in war zone in Ukraine

All Alone in a Warzone

The Fellowship  |  March 22, 2023
When war came to her hometown in Ukraine, this elderly Holocaust survivor was left to fend for herself until The Fellowship found her.
Tatiana, elderly Jewish woman in Ukraine who receives emergency supplies from The Fellowship

‘There’s Almost Nothing Left…’

The Fellowship  |  March 13, 2023
Her home shattered by bombs, her cupboards bare of food, this elderly Jewish woman in Ukraine has come to rely on The Fellowship for survival.
Elderly Jewish couple receiving emergency supplies during war in Ukraine

After the War Began

The Fellowship  |  February 27, 2023
“Stalino,” says 85-year-old Michail. “That’s the name of the place where I was born. Later, after the war, it was renamed Donetsk.
Evgenia, an elderly Jewish woman alone in Ukraine, 2023

She Is Not Alone

The Fellowship  |  February 20, 2023
War has taken all Evgenia had, leaving her all alone in Ukraine. But Fellowship friends around the world have given her love and warmth.
Mariya, elderly Holocaust survivor in Ukraine

No Longer Alone in Ukraine

The Fellowship  |  January 24, 2023
The Fellowship has been providing food, medicine, heat and other essentials to Jews in need in the former Soviet Union for over 30 years - people like Mariya.