NRB 2024 Press Kit

We’re thrilled to be part of the 2024 National Religious Broadcasters Convention (NRB) in Nashville, February 20-23, 2024! Please check out the below resources to learn more about The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship).

Israel/Hamas War Impact

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship) is the leading non-profit building bridges between Christians and Jews, blessing Israel and the Jewish people around the world with humanitarian care and lifesaving aid. From October 7 through December 31, 2023, The Fellowship provided $19 million in emergency aid and assistance to hundreds of thousands of Israelis affected by the Israel/Hamas war.

For more information on our emergency response work in Israel, visit: Israel-Hamas War Press Kit

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For Media Professionals

For more information, to schedule an interview, or for immediate needs, contact our media lead: Elizabeth Gartman – [email protected]312-641-8544

About Adele Raemer, Event Panelist & Oct. 7 Survivor

Adele Raemer is a mother, grandmother, blogger, teacher, hospital clown, and an Israeli. After growing up in the U.S., Adele made Aliyah to her Jewish homeland after the Yom Kippur War of 1973 and has for decades made her home on a kibbutz in southern Israel—a green, beautiful home that she says was always “95% heaven.” But all of that changed on October 7th. Like so many kibbutzim living near Israel’s border with Gaza, Adele found herself and her loved ones under attack by Hamas terrorists. Unlike so many of their neighbors and countrymen, Adele and her family survived.

Israel/Hamas War Fact Sheet

In 2023, The Fellowship helped more than 2 million people by providing basic needs and support to more than 1 million, provided security to 1 million people worldwide, and helped more than 4,000 Jews make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) from 35 countries worldwide.

Within 24 hours Hamas’ devastating attacks on Israel on October 7, 2023, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews was on the frontlines providing emergency aid to first responders and families affected. Currently, there are still more than 100,000 people displaced throughout Israel in the wake of the war. The Fellowship will continue throughout 2024 to support evacuees and displaced victims with basic needs and other essentials.

Security Support

  • Transportation and installation of 30 portable bomb shelters—during the first week of the crisis— along the northern border and in the Galilee region
  • 5,038 ballistic and protective flak jackets to firefighters and emergency teams
  • 2,900 helmets to emergency and rescue teams
  • 1,200 medical and equipment bags to paramedics and other emergency teams
  • 2 new fortified security vehicles to local security teams in Ashkelon and Sderot

Fellowship Mobile Emergency Response Center support locations

  • Casualty Identification Center in Ramle
  • Givat Haviva campus (support to evacuees from Ashkelon)
  • Kibbutz Mishmar HaEmek in northern Israel (support to survivors of Kibbutz Nahal Oz)
  • Kiryat Uno Campus (support to evacuees from Ashkelon, Sderot, and Netivot)

Emergency Needs Support

  • $7 million in various basic needs and assistance to local communities near the Gaza border, such as food, medicine, hygiene products, transportation and evacuation, providing caretakers, housing, etc.
  • $400,000 in support of trauma organization and its helpline
  • More than $500,000 (about $1,250 per family) distributed to 400 families of Israel Defense Forces (IDF) personnel injured in combat
  • Vouchers to 800 first responders

Evacuee Support

  • Vouchers to 4,394 families evacuated from their homes or with missing loved ones
  • $166,000 for transportation and housing for elderly and families, including those with special needs from Netivot, Sderot, Eshkol, Ofakim, and children from the Zhytomyr children’s home (originally from Ukraine)
  • 3,900 children, some with special needs, received respite kits with games and toys in Netivot, Sderot, and Ofakim

Food Distributions

  • 5,850 prepared meals and 70 food boxes to elderly besieged in their homes during the first week (Oct 9-15)
  • 65,000 meals and 8,000 food boxes and 4,900 food cards to evacuees (families and elderly) from settlements and cities around Gaza and those who remained in their homes
  • Distribution of food and prepared meals to soldiers serving on the northern border, in cooperation with the Beit Batya Soup Kitchen

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About the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

For more than 40 years, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship) has been the leading non-profit building bridges between Christians and Jews, blessing Israel and the Jewish people around the world with humanitarian care and lifesaving aid. Each year, the Fellowship helps over 1 million people living in poverty, provides security to 1 million people and helps thousands make aliyah back to their homeland, Israel.

Alleviating Poverty

Delivering on-the-ground, lifesaving care, food, and support to help impoverished Jews and Holocaust survivors; filling basic needs and providing companionship.

Providing Security

Saving Jewish lives by providing support, ongoing safety measures, and emergency preparedness to first responders, hospitals, synagogues, and other Jewish institutions.

Making Aliyah

Fulfilling biblical prophecy by helping Jews make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) and supporting them before and after their arrival in the Holy Land.

Supporting Fellowship

Building bridges between people of faith through educational resources that teach Christians about the Jewish roots of their faith and apply biblical principles to everyday life.