Please join us for this week’s Red Alert as we host Inna Rogatchi, a long-time friend of Jim & Pat Hutchens, and The Jerusalem Connection. Inna along with her husband, Michael, are intimately involved with the Menorah Center and the Jewish community of Dnipro, Ukraine, as this is their historic community.
The Jerusalem Connection network has been a faithful supporter of the Dnipro community, having visited and exhibited Pat Hutchens’ Auschwitz Album Revisited artwork at the Menorah Center.
Our heart for and support of the Jewish community in Dnipro took on a new focus in March 2022 when Russia invaded Ukraine, causing great havoc and devastation to the people and the land. This launched our ongoing project called Ukraine Relief.
Over the past year, the faithful givers of The Jerusalem Connection network have provided generators and funding for medical and other supplies that help aid the residents remaining in Dnipro. This aid assists a small hospice center, the children’s center (which serves groups of children aged from 3 to 17 years old), an assisted living facility for the elderly, and others who remain in Dnipro to care for families and community members who are unable to flee and take part in Aliyah or some other immigration program. The Jewish community of Dnipro has a long and distinguished history in the land and The Jerusalem Connection feels led to offer comfort and aid as long as is necessary as part of our God-given mandate.
Inna joins us for this episode of The Red Alert Report to share updates on the Dnipro community’s morale as well as the happenings within the community and region. We continue to pray for the entire nation and appeal to our network to continue to provide much-needed resources for the population that remains in Dnipro.
Or click here to read continued updates and donate online. Click the “donate tab” on the site to learn how to mail or phone in a contribution. As a special thank you from the Rogatchi Foundation, donors can receive an exclusive, original art print from Michael Rogatchi.