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As Cost of Living Soars, IFCJ Launches Program To Support Impoverished Israeli Children Heading Back to School

Survey Conducted in Partnership With the Geocartography Knowledge Group Finds 25 Per Cent of Israeli Parents Unable To Afford Basic School Supplies

IFCJ Canada Identified as a Top Charity, Receives an 'A' and 5-Star Rating

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.

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, there's more you can do for the Jewish people than just remember

On April 27, Jewish people around the world will mark Yom HaShoah, or, Holocaust Remembrance Day.

New Look, Same Mission

Yael Eckstein, IFCJ Canada president: "While we are making slight changes to our branding, our mission remains the same"

IFCJ Canada named to Charity Intelligence's 'Top 100 Rated in Charities' in 2021

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews of Canada (IFCJ Canada) has been recognized by Charity Intelligence as one of the Top 100 charities in 2021.

Yael Eckstein named to Jerusalem Post's '50 Most Influential Jews of 2021'

Yael Eckstein, president of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews of Canada, has devoted the majority of her adult life creating meaningful and relevant bridges between the Christian community and Israel.

Yael Eckstein joins Liberation75 event to address plight of Holocaust survivors

More than 75 years ago, the Holocaust, one of the greatest atrocities in history, came to an end.

The Fellowship Delivers Food as well as Joy and Good Cheer to Needy Israelis for Purim Holiday

A long line of people gathered at the IFCJ Canada-funded Eshel soup kitchen to receive their daily meal, as well as a bag of treats appropriate for the holiday.

International humanitarian organization partners with first responders ahead of snowstorm in Israel

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship) partnered with United Hatzalah to distribute emergency aid as snow fell in Israel

Jews continue to flee Ethiopia with help from The Fellowship

Over 500 Ethiopian Jews have returned to Israel through Operation Tzur Israel in 2020. The Fellowship, which helped 80,000 Ethiopian Jews return to Israel between 1985-2013, will help the remaining 1,500 Ethiopian Jews return to Israel in 2021.

With 2 Million people helped in 2020, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews Reaches a New Milestone

The interfaith humanitarian organization will set a record by providing aid to more than 2 million needy people in Israel and in Jewish communities around the world

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