Isaiah 58

Isaiah 58 is committed to help care for Jews in the former Soviet Union who are impoverished and suffering, including elderly Holocaust survivors and orphaned and abandoned children by providing them with food, medical care, clothing, and other necessities. The Fellowship is committed to extending compassion to the farthest reaches of the former Soviet Union to ensure not one of the “least of these” are forgotten. As friends like you support this ministry to help Jews in the former Soviet Union, you participate 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)


'I Feel Taken Care Of'
'I Feel Taken Care Of'
Hava has unbelievable spirit for her age -- 94 years old. She doesn't let herself sit still. Her motto is: "If you want to stay alive, get up and move!"


'I Feel Taken Care Of'
'I Feel Taken Care Of'
Hava has unbelievable spirit for her age -- 94 years old. She doesn't let herself sit still. Her motto is: "If you want to stay alive, get up and move!"

Elderly Chaka Finds Strength in The Fellowship
Elderly Chaka Finds Strength in The Fellowship
Only 11 years old when World War II broke out, Chaka's life was turned upside down. Her father was drafted into the army, and Chaka and her mother were evacuated to Turkmenistan from Moldova, where they spent four long, arduous years.

Depending on The Fellowship
Depending on The Fellowship
Elderly Lyubov keeps her mind sharp by reading fiction books, doing crossword puzzles, and watching the city's hustle and bustle from her apartment's windows. However, despite her efforts to stay mentally active, she still feels very lonely most days.

The Fellowship provides food, clothing, and basic necessities to Jews in need
The Fellowship provides food, clothing, and basic necessities to Jews in need
Despite the cramped conditions, the girls speak sweetly to one another, and the entire family finds joy in each other's company. If you met one of the sisters on the street, you would never know she comes from such hardship

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