Semyon, an 83-year-old widower, lives alone in Russia in one of his city's poorest and most dangerous areas. His neighborhood was built as temporary housing for workers at a local factory years ago, and today they are little more than run-down shacks.
The Fellowship's new Azimut program reaches out to adults ages 21-35 who are struggling to get by and are lacking the proper guidance, confidence, financial support, or skills they need in order to succeed and become financially independent.
Here you’ll find an array of useful information on accommodations, transportation, exchanging currency, Israel's climate and customs, and much more. So get the most out of your trip to Israel with the help of The Fellowship.
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) funds humanitarian aid to the needy in Israel and in Jewish communities around the world, promotes prayer and advocacy on behalf of the Jewish state, and provides resources that help build bridges of understanding between Christians and Jews.