Be An Angel Of Hope
Dear Friend of The Fellowship,
Poverty among Jewish populations in the former Soviet Union (FSU) is epidemic. During my trips to this troubled region of the world, I have seen many desperate Jewish children who are sick, hungry, and without anyone to help and console them.
To help remedy this terrible situation, The Fellowship years ago launched an initiative through Isaiah 58 called Angels of Hope that regularly provides tens of thousands of children with food, clothing, medical care, and other essentials.
Angels of Hope needed
Alina is one of the children helped by Angels of Hope. Her life began to unravel when her mother lost her job. In desperation, the two would wander the streets looking for handouts. With tears in her eyes, Alina's mother recalled the pain of knowing that her daughter was watching as she begged for food from strangers.
Today, all that has changed. The Fellowship's Angels of Hope supplies Alina and her mother with food, clothing, and other emergency aid. Alina is one of the lucky ones. So many more Jewish children in the FSU cry out for the most basic assistance.
Please give today
You can help a child for just $144 for an entire year—an astonishingly small amount that can turn a life around forever. Through Angels of Hope you'll be giving life-saving assistance like food, clothing, and medicines to assist children suffering from debilitating poverty, malnutrition, and neglect.
Thank you, dear friend, for being an "angel" to these children through your gift—for lifting them up in your hands, and embracing them as your own.
With prayers for shalom, peace,
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein