Our Isaiah 58 program helps care for suffering and impoverished Jews in the former Soviet Union (FSU), including Holocaust survivors and abandoned children, by providing food, medical care, clothing, and other necessities. With your help, we reach those in the most remote locations of the FSU to ensure not one of the “least of these” are forgotten. Your support is participation in God’s true and holy fast. “Is it not to share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter—when you see the naked, to clothe them” (Isaiah 58:7).

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Angels for Paulina
Angels for Paulina
Still just a young girl, Paulina fled the Soviet Union to the Ural Mountains with her Jewish family... to escape the Nazis during the Holocaust.


Angels for Paulina
Angels for Paulina
Still just a young girl, Paulina fled the Soviet Union to the Ural Mountains with her Jewish family... to escape the Nazis during the Holocaust.

Facing Life's Challenges
Facing Life's Challenges
Svetlana has faced - and overcome - challenges her entire life. Born with cerebral palsy, she learned to cope with limited mobility - in the days before World War II, when those with disabilities found little help.

Remembering Raisa
Remembering Raisa
Born to a Jewish family between the World Wars, Raisa soon learned of wartime hardship and horror when the Nazis invaded Belarus.

A Lifetime of Fear
A Lifetime of Fear
In her 87 years of life, Irina has known too much hardship... and too much fear. Just a young Jewish girl when World War II ravaged Europe, Irina watched the Soviets send her father to fight on the front.

Our Programs

Guardians of Israel

Easing the suffering of Israel’s most impoverished people, providing food, comfort, housing, medical care, clothing, and other essentials.

Isaiah 58

Giving food, medical care, companionship and other basic assistance to destitute Jews in the former Soviet Union, and providing for children who have no one to care for them.

On Wings of Eagles

Rescuing persecuted Jews from rising anti-Semitism and poverty, and helping them make their aliyah (immigration to Israel).

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