Crisis Response – Coronavirus

When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in early 2020, it raised unprecedented challenges and difficulties throughout the entire world. The Fellowship acted immediately, establishing an emergency fund to assist Israel’s hospitals and to continue to provide basic care to Jewish populations in need. In support of this effort, The Fellowship mobilized its donors to raise funds to help people cope with both the short and long-term effects of the pandemic.

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Project Spotlight: Hospital Equipment Aids Israelis During COVID-19 Spike

The Fellowship  |  October 14, 2020
This year, you provided 15 hospitals with emergency medical equipment — including over 60 ventilators —to treat coronavirus patients, when Israeli hospitals were overwhelmed with the pandemic.
Yael Eckstein packing IFCJ food boxes in a pantry.

Project Spotlight: Fellowship Food Box Deliveries

The Fellowship  |  October 6, 2020
It’s not only the food that warms their hearts, it’s the knowledge that they are not alone!
Yael Eckstein standing next to Minister of Welfare Itzik Shmuli.

The Fellowship Sets Up Emergency COVID-19 Fund

The Fellowship  |  July 2, 2020
The good work of The Fellowship continues amid a global pandemic still impacting the everyday life of Jews in Israel and throughout the world.
Man wearing a kippah and facemask applies stickers showing the IFCJ logo onto white canisters of oxygen.

Project Spotlight: Delivering Lifesaving Oxygen Tanks

The Fellowship  |  June 30, 2020
Learn how your support helped us equip a medical team in the Holy Land to serve the people of Israel during this devastating health crisis.