Food for Passover: Fellowship Contributions up by 50%

The Fellowship  |  April 14, 2022

Dad looking at what's inside an IFCJ provided food box with his three sons.
(Photo: Lior Pozniak)

The Jerusalem Post reports that The Fellowship contributed an additional $2.5 million to aid Jewish communities in Ukraine this Passover:

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) contributed to an increase of 47.8%, nearly half, in donating food baskets for Passover 2022 in soup kitchens across the country, compared to Passover of last year. In addition, the number of cooked meals distributed in soup kitchens for the holiday increased by 22.5 percent compared to Passover last year, over one-fifth. The increase in the number of food baskets and cooked meals distributed by the soup kitchens were made possible thanks to the addition of assistance in the amount of about half a million ILS, as provided by the IFCJ.