The Fellowship Pledges $4 Million to Aid Ukrainian Jews

The Fellowship  |  March 8, 2023

IFCJ employee handing a lifesaving box of food to a elderly woman.
(Photo: Avishag Shaar-Yashuv)

We’ve provided over $30 million in emergency funds to protect the vulnerable Jewish population in Ukraine, and JNS tells us more:

One year into the war in Ukraine, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews has pledged to increase its funding to Jewish communities in Ukraine and the former Soviet Union by $4 million. The group stated that it has already raised more than $30 million, which it distributed along with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) and the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.

“The latest funding will be earmarked to purchase food, medicines, clothing, heating and cooking appliances and other supplies specifically intended to help keep people safe and warm,” the fellowship stated.