Chabad of Moldova Hosts Jewish Ukraine Refugees



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    Chabad of Moldova Hosts Jewish Ukraine Refugees

    In the last two weeks, some 22,000 Jewish Ukrainian refugees have streamed to the war-torn nation’s borders with the help of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries on the ground • Full Story, Photos

    In the last two weeks, some 22,000 Jewish Ukrainian refugees have streamed to the war-torn nation’s borders with the help of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries on the ground.

    Many parts of the operation are coordinated by the Chabad-led Federation of Jewish Communities (FJC) of the former Soviet Union, and Rabbi Shlomo Peles, who directs Chabad’s crisis center in Kfar Chabad, Israel. Funding comes partially from generous donors around the world who visit Chabad’s Ukraine Relief Fund, which sends the aid directly to Chabad’s hundreds of emissaries on the ground throughout Ukraine and all of Europe.

    The images below are from the Chabad of Moldova, where Rabbi Zusha Abelsky and his amazing team of devoted volunteers have been working nonstop for weeks.

    They have provided thousands of meals, clothing, shelter, medical assistance, and anything else they can to help thousands of Jewish refugees from Ukraine feel a semblance of normalcy.

    They even rented a special hotel to house guests overnight and make them comfortable.



















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