The Jerusalem Post's Rachel Cohen reports on The Fellowship's efforts to aid Holocaust survivors.
IFCJ in the News
A large portion of Jewish immigrants who come to their historical and biblical homeland do so with the help of Christians around the world.
Two of The Fellowship's flagship programs - aimed at helping Israel's elderly and new olim (immigrants) - are made possible by our thousands of volunteers.
This new program made possible by The Fellowship’s faithful friends makes sure that new mothers and their newborn babies get a healthy start to their lives.
93-year-old Mishka Zaslavsky was the only survivor of the 1941 Odessa massacre, and is now one of too many Holocaust survivors still struggling to survive in Ukraine.