Press Center


Here you’ll find media resources that cover all aspects of The Fellowship’s work, including our most recent press releases, press kits, fact sheets, and high-resolution photos.

Press Releases


Yael Eckstein, President and CEO of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, Named Winner in 10th Annual 2022 CEO World Awards

September 21, 2022
The Globee® Awards, organizers of the world’s premier business awards programs and business ranking lists, has named Yael Eckstein, The Fellowship’s president and CEO, a winner in the 10th Annual 2022 CEO World Awards®.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews helps Ukrainian families prepare for a new school year in the middle of a war zone

August 31, 2022
A new school year will start in Ukraine, but it has never been as challenging as now - with the ongoing Russian military invasion in Ukraine.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews helps South American Olim find new lives in Israel

August 31, 2022
With the help of The Fellowship, 84 new olim (immigrants) from South America have made their way home to the Holy Land.

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Press Kits


IFCJ Press Kit

Learn more about the lifesaving work of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.

Yael Eckstein Press Kit

Learn more about The Fellowship’s President and CEO, Yael Eckstein.

Poverty Press Kit

Alleviating poverty is a key pillar of The Fellowship’s work. Explore these resources that show how we’re making a difference.

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Press Fact Sheets


Facts About Yael Eckstein

As President and CEO of The Fellowship, Yael Eckstein oversees all ministry programs and serves as the international spokesperson for the organization.

Facts About the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews is the leading nonprofit building bridges between Christians and Jews, blessing Israel and the Jewish people around the world with humanitarian care and lifesaving aid.

Facts About Poverty

Poverty is a serious problem in Israel. A study found that about 2 million people in Israel, including more than a million children, live in poverty. Another showed that Israel has the highest rate of poverty among developed nations. And in the countries of the former Soviet Union (FSU), many people live in a level of poverty that it is difficult for us to imagine.

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Press Photos


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