<div style="font-size: 20px;color: #cb0f3e;">International Fellowship of Christians and Jews </div>The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) promotes understanding between Christians and Jews, builds broad support for Israel, and replaces our history of discord with a relationship marked by dialogue, respect and cooperation.
Leonid Cherniakov, an 88-year-old survivor from Ukraine now living in Jerusalem, talks about his past suffering, the harsh reality of antisemitism in the former Soviet Union, and life in Israel.
Fostering Jewish-Christian relations during ordinary times, an integral part of The Fellowship’s founding vision, proves vital for Israel during these extraordinary times.
As Israel’s social welfare systems struggle to keep up with extraordinary demand due to coronavirus, the IFCJ implements measures ‘above and beyond’ the aid they’ve provided to Israel for decades.
“The IFCJ announced they are dedicating $3 million to help more than 215,000 Jews observe Passover in Israel, in poverty-stricken regions of the former Soviet Union, and elsewhere around the world."
With the resources of U.S. Jewish organizations stretched to the limit to help people locally, The Fellowship is the largest international charity that is focused exclusively on helping Israel.
The current crisis has forced American Jewish organizations to focus tremendous additional resources on the severe and growing needs facing their communities and their vital networks of institutions.