WIZO 2022 in Review

wizo 2022 in review

2022 in Review: WIZO bears a strong sense of humanitarian responsibility for Jews in times of distress. So when war broke out in Europe, we took in 75 Ukrainian child refugees who desperately needed to escape the terror. They were welcomed with open arms to our WIZO youth villages.

We appealed to our worldwide federations to help us house and care for these youth, and they responded by raising a significant amount of funds to provide these traumatized children with everything they need, everything that you would want for your own children.

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