Criticism of prominent rabbi’s salary may have been erased from the internet

Rabbi Yehiel Eckstein, founder of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, allegedly hired a company to protect his online reputation.


Ukrainians serving as Israeli combat troops see family in Moldova

The IFCJ facilitates a meaningful reunion for Ukrainian IDF lone soldiers and their families in Moldova.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews celebrates Israelis' 100th birthdays

The gathering was part of the With Dignity and Fellowship program, which provides elderly Israelis who do not have a support network with weekly food deliveries, medicine and other services.

Jerusalem's Colel Chabad hosts German Finance Secretary

During the event, Holcher and her delegation were given a tour of Colel Chabad's headquarters and met with four Holocaust survivors who told their stories.

Tel Aviv shelter to provide homes for Israel's homeless

The Gagon, which replaced a shelter demolished by the city three years ago, provides free lodging and services to the homeless, primarily substance-abuse victims, and is accessible to the disabled.


IFCJ distributes 11,500 back to school supply vouchers to struggling families

The vouchers, each worth NIS 300, will ensure that children in financially strained household can still bring all of the essential equipment they need to school.

Tel Aviv, IFCJ open new shelter for Israel's homeless

HaGagon's goal is to "provide a home for addicts living on the streets while maintaining a sense of human dignity," the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality said.

IFCJ sends emergency control units to Ashkelon following rocket-fire

Created amid Israel’s 2021 operation in Gaza, the mobile station was designed to respond to the critical needs of Israeli municipalities during missile strikes from Gaza.

Welfare Ministry, IFCJ allocate $70m. for aid for Israel's needy

Impoverished families, Holocaust survivors, senior citizens and the homeless are just a few of the communities that will find some relief in the joint initiative.

Refugees on the Ukraine-Moldova border: Beauty, horror, hope

Since the Russian invasion began on February 24, the Fellowship has given $6.5 million for support of refugees.

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