IFCJ Canada Identified as a Top Charity, Receives an ‘A’ and 5-Star Rating
The ranking was Charity Intelligence Canada
TORONTO, Ont., August 23, 2022 The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews of Canada (IFCJ Canada) announced today that it has received 5 stars and an ‘A’ on its charity rating by Charity Intelligence Canada.
The rigorous rating assessment by Charity Intelligence Canada included a review of the organization’s strategy, commitment to financial transparency, demonstrated impact of its programming, and accountability to its donors.
The high rating reflects IFCJ Canada’s organizational excellence. Together with their sister organizations across the globe, they are the largest not-for-profit provider of humanitarian aid in Israel, and also serve vulnerable Jewish populations around the world. Through the work of IFCJ Canada and its partners, two million people in need are helped each year. 100,000 Canadians have supported IFCJ Canada’s work since 2003.
“You can be confident that your donations to the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews of Canada are being used conscientiously to do incredible work for vulnerable people in Israel and for Jewish people in need around the world,” said Jackie Gotwalt, Executive Director at IFCJ Canada. “IFCJ Canada regularly submits our financial information to Canada’s most established and respected charity watchdog organization — Charity Intelligence Canada — and we work hard to receive the highest grades possible for accountability and transparency, and to constantly improve our rating.”
For more information about IFCJ Canada’s work, please visit its website at www.ifcj.ca.
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews of Canada (IFCJ Canada) was founded in 2003 to promote better understanding and cooperation between Christians and Jews and to build broad support for Israel. Today it is one of the largest providers of not-for-profit humanitarian aid in Israel and is a leading force helping Jews in need worldwide. IFCJ Canada is a separately registered charity governed by an independent board of directors and led by President Yael Eckstein. Founded by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, IFCJ Canada operates alongside a network of Fellowship offices worldwide, including in the United States, Israel, and Korea. For more information, visit www.ifcj.ca.