Lifesaving Help for Needy Jews
In the former Soviet Union, there are thousands of orphaned or abandoned Jewish children living under the worst conditions imaginable. Many suffer from debilitating poverty, malnutrition, and physical and emotional disabilities. Some live on the street, while others live in state-run institutions where abuse and neglect are common. Through Isaiah 58, these desperate young people are provided with safe places to live, food, clothing, medical care, and other essentials.
Home Alone and Fending for Herself
Sonia has been left home alone three times in the past year after her mother needed hospitalization… Read More
Finding Comfort in The Fellowship
The two of them wander from place to place, sometimes sleeping huddled in doorways… Read More