International Fellowship of Christians and Jews of Canada named to Charity Intelligence’s ‘Top 100 Rated in Charities’ in 2021
The Fellowship | October 19, 2021
JERUSALEM — The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews of Canada (IFCJ Canada) has been recognized by Charity Intelligence as one of the Top 100 charities in 2021. This is the first time IFCJ Canada has been given this honor. Charities are given this award for their accountability and transparency in the world of philanthropy. IFCJ Canada earned an A on Charity Intelligence’s Results Reporting Grade as well as an overall 5-star rating.
“This is the result of quality work done with integrity by a stellar team,” said Jackie Gotwalt, Executive Director of IFCJ Canada. “I am thankful to work alongside incredible colleagues, whose unwavering commitment, dedication, and collaboration resulted in being recognized with this level of excellence. And I would be remiss to not mention the gratitude that our team has for our Board’s ongoing guidance and support of all that we do.”
“I am so proud of all that this organization has accomplished in its nearly 20 years of existence,” said Yael Eckstein, President of IFCJ Canada. “We’re so grateful to receive this honor, which reflects the hard work and dedication of all of our Canadian staff. We look forward to growing even further and helping as many people as possible along the way.”
Charity Intelligence researches Canadian charities for donors to be informed and give intelligently. Today over 360,000 Canadians use their website as a source for information on Canadian charities. Charity Intelligence aims to assist Canada’s dynamic charitable sector in being more transparent, accountable, and focused on results.
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