Welfare Ministry, The Fellowship Allocate $70M. for Israel’s Needy

The Fellowship  |  June 21, 2022

(Photo: Ilan Assayag)

In a new joint initiative we will reach out to needy families, Holocaust survivors, elderly, the homeless and more, reports the Jerusalem Post:

The Labor, Welfare and Social Services Ministry has teamed up with the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) to allocate $70 million over the next three years for those in need.

Impoverished families, Holocaust survivors, senior citizens and the homeless are just a few of the groups that will receive some help from the joint initiative, which will expand the already existing welfare packages available for those in need.

This will, in turn, make it easier for those in need to receive quick and efficient help, including food and basic necessities, medicine, housing, appliances, furniture and clothing.

Learn more about our joint initiative with the Welfare Ministry here.

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