Last year, our synagogue received tens of thousands of Ukrainian refugees, and we tried to meet the needs of everyone. And over the past month, thousands of people have passed through Moldova on their way to the pilgrimage in Uman. We received them with great warmth and joy.
The new synagogue building served as their temporary home. Everyone was given kosher food prepared by our dedicated kitchen staff, and our Mikvah never rested for a minute. All guests felt at home.
Questions by phone, e-mail and WhatsApp were promptly answered by the special center organized by the synagogue, day and night. We helped someone with a medical emergency after discovering they had kidney stones, and we helped passengers involved in an accident. We understand that our mission – to help the people of Israel – will never rest, and that is why we are here.