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Financial Summary

2016 2017
Contributions $131,749,181 $123,754,072
Total Revenue $133,630,378 $128,243,485
Allocations and Disbursements
Mission Services*
The Fellowship $11,370,589 $9,866,635
Guardians of Israel $37,951,670 $56,105,231
Isaiah 58 $25,633,699 $25,867,620
On Wings of Eagles $25,265,179 $17,137,678
Stand for Israel $916,215 $387,836
Subtotal, Program Services $101,137,352 $109,365,000
Support Services
General and Administrative $13,743,191 $12,989,286
Fundraising $20,265,187 $15,936,124
Subtotal, Support Services $34,008,378 $28,925,410
Total Allocations and Disbursements $135,145,730 $138,290,410
Net Assets
Beginning of Year $47,163,245 $46,398,084
End of Year $46,398,084 $36,028,901

*For more than 30 years, The Fellowship has relied on a robust direct mail program to recruit and educate the hundreds of thousands of ministry partners that enable us to accomplish our mission to promote understanding and cooperation between Jews and Christians, and to build broad support for Israel and other shared concerns. We communicate by postal mail — and other channels — not only to generate funding for The Fellowship’s ministry programs but to educate the public on the Jewish roots of Christianity and to mobilize action and advocacy on behalf of the state of Israel and persons persecuted for their faith worldwide. As a result, in accordance with the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) guidelines, The Fellowship allocates a portion of our direct mail and other costs to program services and to fundraising.

View our 2017 IRS Form 990

The International Fellowship of Christians & Jews pledges to maintain an effective outreach as set forth in its mission statement by responsibly utilizing the funds entrusted to us. For 2017, we were audited by the accounting firm of RSM International. Financial data presented here are summarized from the audited financial statements of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews for the fiscal years ending December 31, 2017, and December 31, 2016. Complete audited financial statements and form 990 are available on our website. Contributions to the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, and all its programs, are tax deductible as allowed by law.

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews is a 501c3 and fulfills the Council of Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance's twenty rigorous standards.

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