Fellowship Blog

People watch the military airshow during Israel's 73rd Independence Day celebrations in Saker Park in Jerusalem, April 15, 2021

Celebrating Israel's 75th Independence Day

The Fellowship  |  April 25, 2023
Israel's 75th Independence Day anniversary will begin the evening of April 25th. Learn the history behind the establishment of Israel and about The Fellowship's 40th anniversary.
matzah, factory, Passover, Ukraine

From Israel With Love: Ukrainian Immigrant's Matzah-Making Mission for Jewish Communities in Need

The Fellowship  |  April 11, 2023
Alina is a Ukrainian olim who we helped make aliyah… and now she is in Israel, making matzah for Passover to ship back to her former Ukrainian community!
Group of IFCJ volunteers behind branded food boxes holding food in the air.

The Fellowship Launches Passover Welfare Drive for Those in Need

The Fellowship  |  April 3, 2023
With Passover beginning this week, The Fellowship will be helping more than 250,000 people in Israel this holy season!
Fellowship bomb shelter in Tiberias, Israel, 2023

The Fellowship Donates 9 Bomb Shelters to Tiberias

The Fellowship  |  March 22, 2023
Thanks to The Fellowship's faithful donors, the people of the Israeli city of Tiberias will be safer when terrorist rockets fall.
Female doctor at Schneider hospital smiling ahead while a nurse and child are behind her.

Project Spotlight: Fortifying Israel’s Hospitals Against Rocket Attacks

The Fellowship  |  March 22, 2023
The Fellowship has undertaken a five-year plan to fortify Israel’s hospitals and increase their capacity to deal with crises and attacks.
IFCJ employee handing a lifesaving box of food to a elderly woman.

The Fellowship Pledges $4 Million to Aid Ukrainian Jews

The Fellowship  |  March 8, 2023
Learn more about our emergency funding that supports the Jewish community in Ukraine as they still face the ongoing war.
Jews in Ukraine, power outage, water shortage, a year after, one year

A Year After the Invasion, Jews in Ukraine Hang on to Optimism

The Fellowship  |  February 22, 2023
The Fellowship's assistance on the ground is giving Jews in Ukraine hope, a light in the darkness.
crisis and need, aliyah Ukraine, Ukrainian refugees

Ukrainian Refugees Find a Home in Israel

The Fellowship  |  February 21, 2023
As The Fellowship welcomes home Ukrainian refugees to Israel, we learn about how many have been forced to flee their homes since the start of the war.
Families departing plane making Aliyah

Almost 1-Year Since the War Began, 90 Ukrainian Refugees Arrive in Israel

The Fellowship  |  February 14, 2023
These olim (immigrants) have escaped war to begin new lives in Israel, almost one year after the start of the war.
soup kitchen, food, freezer

Project Spotlight: Fellowship Soup Kitchens

The Fellowship  |  February 8, 2023
A Fellowship-supported soup kitchen in Sderot, Israel, will be expanding their reach soon thanks to a new grant we approved this summer to build a freezer room.
Zinovii, a Ukraine refugee who made aliyah with the Fellowship hugging an IFCJ volunteer.

Survivor Refugees From Ukraine Express Gratitude for Israel

The Fellowship  |  February 1, 2023
While we continue to deliver food and medicine to the weakest of God’s precious people in Ukraine, we also offer to help them make aliyah.
Alla, an elderly Holocaust survivor from Ukraine on a plane as Yael Eckstein holds her hand.

Over 52,000 Holocaust Survivors Made Aliyah in Last 30 Years

The Fellowship  |  January 26, 2023
As we honor International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we learn about the survivors who have made their way home to Israel over the last 30 years.

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