Across the Former Soviet Union our humanitarian aid projects help us to meet Jewish families and encourage them to make aliyah.
Our current projects include:
We demonstrate 'love in action' by providing food parcels to needy Jewish families throughout the year. In the midst of their poverty our teams bring hope and encouragement by providing for their basic needs.
It is a privilege for us to bless Holocaust survivors by providing them with medicines. Many of them are in poor health due to harsh conditions they endured during the Second World War and the medicines they require are hard to afford on their meagre pensions.
We provide jewish children with shoes, clothing and blankets to help them cope with the often harsh conditions. Bringing these gifts opens the hearts of the Jewish people and helps us build relationships.
Providing for day-to-day needs is an excellent way for us to meet Jewish families and talk to them and encourage them to return to Israel. We help families with a large number of children or with limited abilities.
The vehicles we use are essential to our work. They enable our teams to deliver humanitarian aid and help transport Jewish people to airports to go to Israel. The tough road and weather conditions, combines with their long service and high mileage, means that some are now reaching the end of their working lives. The vehicle pictured is 20 years old and has travelled 500,000 km delivering humanitarian aid to poor and needy Jewish people in Ukraine. We urgently need to replace it and several others.
Sometimes it only takes a small gift like a food parcel, or shoes or clothes, to touch the hearts of Jewish families and open them to the message of returning to Israel. Your support enables us to provide these gifts, so thank you for your generosity. We invite you to continue to support us with your prayers and your gifts.