Finker-Frenkel Family Foundation Continues to Support Jewish Students Abroad
Through ongoing philanthropic donations to SOLOMON.help, an organization which raises funds for Jewish communal initiatives in the former Soviet Union, the Finker-Frenkel Family Foundation proudly supports Nash Dom, a boarding school for Jewish children in Moscow.
Over the course of the pandemic, the Foundation’s donations have allowed the school to continue providing a safe and caring environment for students throughout the winter holidays and beyond.
In the early months of 2021, funding from donors such as the Foundation enabled children at Nash Dom to visit winter parks and spend time sledding and skating with friends. Thanks to the Finker-Frenkel Family Foundation, Nash Dom students were given supplies to festively decorate the boarding school’s common areas, as well as their rooms, with drawings, paintings, and handmade designs during the Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Purim. The Foundation’s support also covered the cost of thematic costumes for the children to wear, and gifts to exchange, during a special Purim feast.
Nash Dom was able to stay afloat during this challenging time through donations that helped to pay salaries for the teachers and staff at the school, enable the introduction of a security system to help ensure the safety of the children, and keep students fed with four warm kosher meals every day.
The Foundation is proud to be in a position to help Jewish communities and institutions survive, and thrive, by supporting organizations such as SOLOMON.help.
To learn more about SOLOMON.help, please visit www.solomon.help