World Jewish Relief Annual Dinner - Page 16



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A gift in your Will can help
end Jewish poverty
J U S T L I K E I T H A S D O N E F O R O L G A A N D H E R FA M I LY
Olga is a cardiologist.
Aged 48, she lived with
her widowed mother
Tamara and her young
daughter, Nastya, aged 10,
in Donetsk, Ukraine. Both
women worked full-time,
and worked hard. Then
everything changed. They
were forced to flee their
home during the conflict
in Eastern Ukraine, leaving
everything behind. Living
in an Internally Displaced
Persons camp, they turned
to World Jewish Relief and
both women enrolled on our
Livelihood Development
Programme.
With the psychological
support provided, as well
as help job searching,
Olga found a position in
a medical clinic again,
and with vocational
training, Tamara was also
employed as an electrical
software consultant. Both
are relieved to be able to
support young Nastya once
again. Thanks to World
Jewish Relief and gifts in
Wills, the family believes
the future looks brighter
and they can escape
poverty.
SUPPORT FROM GIFTS IN WILLS CAN TAKE MORE PEOPLE LIKE
OLGA, TAMARA AND NASTYA OUT OF POVERTY AND TRANSFORM
THEIR LIVES.
GO TO WORLDJEWISHRELIEF.ORG/WILL AND FIND OUT HOW
YOU CAN HELP END JEWISH POVERTY, OR CONTACT RICHARD
ON RICHARDB@WORLDJEWISHRELIEF.ORG

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