Survived, Only to Be Forgotten
Olga survived the horrors of the Holocaust, only to suffer all alone in a freezing house, barren of food, wondering when - if - she'll eat again...
Olga survived the horrors of the Holocaust, only to suffer all alone in a freezing house, barren of food, wondering when – if – she'll eat again.
Just last winter, Yael Eckstein brought food, blankets, and heating fuel to Olga – welcome gifts from Fellowship partners – as well as to many other impoverished, isolated elderly Jews in rural villages of Russia and Ukraine.
Olga repeatedly asked Yael, "Why am I alive? I'm freezing, and I'm hungry."
We cannot fully imagine the depths of Olga's pain and fear. But with your help, we made a lifesaving difference that day.
Your generous and sacrificial gift will provide lifesaving winter warmth essentials like food, heating fuel, firewood, and warm clothing that Jews throughout the former Soviet Union desperately need.
Your help today truly is the difference between life and death, especially during the long, lonely, bitterly cold days of winter.
Please give your very best Operation Winter Relief gift today while there is still time.