Relief for Jews in Ukraine
Ukraine Jewish Relief Fund
Every moment, lives are being shattered. We must act now!
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Ukraine Jewish Relief Fund

Ukraine is home to 350,000 Jewish men, women, and children. Along with other residents in their cities, they live in fear of the next attack, power outage, or natural disaster. Sometimes the grocery store shelves are empty, other times it's too dangerous to venture out. Many people lack adequate food.

Throughout this ordeal, that has continued far longer than anyone imagined it would, Chabad-Lubavitch has been providing food, water, medicine, shelter, medical care, mental health support and so much more. Through our local umbrella organization, Jewish Relief Network Ukraine, we have been saving lives and restoring hope.

Help our brothers and sisters. They are counting on us!

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