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Join Us in Helping the Most Vulnerable

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Donate by Phone or Mail

Call 800-486-8844 or 312-641-7200 to donate to The Fellowship 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or send a check or money order to: International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
P.O. Box 96105
Washington, DC 20090-6105

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Donate Monthly

Show your love and support of the Jewish people by becoming a Friend of The Fellowship monthly partner to help provide ongoing critical care to the most vulnerable.

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Honor Someone Special

Give a gift in honor or memorial of a friend, family member, or loved one. When you make your gift with honor, The Fellowship will send a customized tribute card in honor or memorial of your special loved one as you take Israel and her people into your heart.

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Matching Gifts

You can double or even triple the impact of your gift! Find out if your company will match gifts to The Fellowship.

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Gift Planning

Plan a gift for the future from your will or trust, discover innovative tax-saving strategies, or learn about gifts that pay income back to you.

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What Is Hanukkah?

The joyous festival of Hanukkah begins on the 25th of the Jewish month of Kislev. Discover the spiritual lessons of this special holiday in this Bible study.

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Hanukkah — The Festival of Lights

Hanukkah is one of the most joyful holidays on the Jewish calendar — and one most familiar to Christians. Find out how much you know about the history and traditions of Hanukkah with our quiz.

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Who We Help

Poor Elderly

Provide lifesaving assistance for elderly Jews who are suffering and lack life's basic provisions. 

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Persecuted and Oppressed

Fulfill Biblical prophecy by helping Jews from “the four corners of the earth" (Isaiah 11:12) escape anti-Semitism and persecution.

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Victims of Terror and War

Protect Israelis from terrorist attacks by providing food, medicine, emergency aid, and helping victims of war deal with physical and emotional trauma.

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