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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Blessings 2

Bring Blessings
of Strength and Peace

Because of your support, Jewish people living in extreme hardship and facing danger around the world – from those recently under attack by terrorists, to those battling the silent killers of poverty and illness are protected and comforted in their time of need.
Every day I am humbled by friends like you, and your selfless support for our lifesaving programs that give such blessings of strength and peace to God's people.
It is only through your generous gifts that The Fellowship is able to provide critical life–sustaining assistance. Together, through your prayers and gifts, we have helped:
People like Eli, a young father living in Ashkelon, an Israeli city recently targeted by terrorist rocket fire. Thanks to you, through our Guardians of Israel program we renovated the bomb shelter in Eli’s modest immigrant housing so that it now has running water, electricity, and emergency supplies.
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Or Alexander, who was forced to change schools several times in his native Russia due to numerous incidents of anti–Semitism. Thanks to our On Wings of Eagles partners, Alexander was able to move to Israel, where he finally has freedom to learn and feels fully at home.

Or Syla, a Holocaust survivor who lives in a two–room shack in Ukraine with no electricity or running water. Thanks to our Isaiah 58 supporters, Syla receives food, medication, heating fuel, and regular visits from a home–care worker.
Sadly, while Eli, Alexander and Syla are getting the assistance they need, their stories of hardship continue to be all too common and reflect the heartbreaking conditions that many Jewish people around the world still face every day.
However, by donating to The Fellowship right now, you can provide basic necessities to impoverished elderly in Israel, to Holocaust survivors in need, Jewish orphans in the former Soviet Union, and displaced Jews all around the world who long to come to the Holy Land to escape oppression.
With so many around the world lacking even basic necessities like food, shelter, and safety, please make the most generous year–end gift you possibly can.
On behalf of all those whose lives you touch, “May the Lord bless you from Zion, He who is the Maker of heaven and earth” (Psalm 134:3).
Thank you for your selfless generosity—and may this season be a joyous one for you and your loved ones!
With prayers for shalom, peace,
Rabbi Sig
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein
As 2012 closes, I urge you to make a special year–end gift to support The Fellowship’s lifesaving programs that bless Israel and Jewish people around the world.


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