Dec 01 2014

Chevra has been very involved in Ukraine this past year. With the Invasion of Crimea, and the subsequent fihting in the Donesk region of the country, Jewish people, who have been caught in the middle have been fleing to Western Ukraine, and some have been seeking to Immigrate to Israel. Through our workers in Ukraine and our ministry partners, we have been seeking to help our people during this humanitarian crisis. This issue of the Chevra Report contains news from our co-workers in the region. Our work is crucial to our people in Ukraine. As we approach the end of the year, our funds are EXTREMELY low. Chevra is a small work, and we don’t have large funding. We exist to help by the generous giving of our friends. Would you please consider a generous gift to help us continue?

[Click to download the December 2014 newsletter]

Oct 01 2014

I’m not sure everyone realizes it, but most of the places in the news lately—Israel and Ukraine—are where we are doing our humanitarian work. We have been busy sending funds and doing the work to help our people. As we approach the High Holy Days of Rosh HaShanna and Yom Kippur, I hope you will consider us for a gift to continue our work in these diffiult war zones at this crucial time.

[Click to download the October 2014 newsletter]

More Articles...

  1. Chevra Report November 2013
  2. Chevra Report July 2013
  3. Chevra Report January 2013
  4. Chevra Report December 2012
  5. Chevra Report April 2012

Page 1 of 6


Chevra means friendship. Our goal is to help our people in their time of need.