The Fellowship Funds Relief, Evacuation in Ukraine

Stand for Israel  |  March 4, 2022

Refugees at border of Ukraine and Moldova, March 3, 2022
(Photo: Avishag Shaar-Yashuv)

The ongoing onslaught faced by the people of Ukraine has displaced a million people. And, as it has been for 30 years, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) is on the ground there to help. The Washington Times‘ Mark A. Kellner reports on The Fellowship’s efforts to help those in need in Ukraine:

More than 200 Jewish refugees from war-torn Ukraine are expected to be greeted as immigrants in Israel Sunday by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, a Jerusalem-based relief official said Thursday.

The flights, known as “aliyah,” or “going up,” in Hebrew, are funded by donations to the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, one of several faith-based organizations aiding Ukrainians in the conflict zone as well as the refugees displaced by the war.

An estimated one million people — almost all women and children — left Ukraine in the first week of the Russian invasion…

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