Crisis Response – Ukraine


The Fellowship has worked consistently throughout the former Soviet Union for more than 30 years, providing lifesaving assistance to needy families, elderly, and orphans. When war erupted in Ukraine in 2022, The Fellowship was prepared. We continue to deliver essential aid like food and medication, to facilitate aliyah for refugees fleeing to safety in Israel, and to ensure that Ukraine’s approximately 200,000 Jews have everything they need during this time of peril.

Children rescued from Ukraine by International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, March 6, 2022

The Dramatic Rescue of 100 Children from Ukraine

Stand for Israel  |  March 14, 2022
Fox News tells the story of 100 children - many of them orphans - rescued from Ukraine by the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.

Project Spotlight: Airlifting Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine

The Fellowship  |  March 11, 2022
Our first plane delivering food and other necessities to war-torn Ukraine refugees landed last Thursday to deliver tons of aid.
Jewish refugee child from flight from Ukraine to Israel, March 6, 2022

Our Friends in Ukraine Need Us

Yael Eckstein  |  March 10, 2022
While Yael is heartbroken over the tragedy unfolding in Ukraine, she sees us coming together for good and prays for peace.
Couple in Ukraine helped by IFCJ

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews helps families fleeing war in Ukraine

The Fellowship  |  March 9, 2022
As the war in Ukraine intensifies, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews continues to help those in danger find ways to safety, or evacuate the country altogether.

Project Spotlight: On the Ground in Ukraine

The Fellowship  |  February 13, 2022
Did you know there are over 200,000 Jewish people living in Ukraine? Learn more about The Fellowship's work on the ground in the FSU.

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