Join Us in Helping the Most Vulnerable
Call 800-486-8844 or 312-641-7200 to donate to The Fellowship 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or send a check or money order to:
International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
P.O. Box 96105
Washington, DC 20090-6105
Show your love and support of the Jewish people by becoming a Friend of The Fellowship monthly partner to help provide ongoing critical care to the most vulnerable.
Give a gift in honor or memorial of a friend, family member, or loved one. When you make your gift with honor, The Fellowship will send a customized tribute card in honor or memorial of your special loved one as you take Israel and her people into your heart.
Plan a gift for the future from your will or trust, discover innovative tax-saving strategies, or learn about gifts that pay income back to you.
If you have established a donor advised fund (DAF) it’s simple to make a gift to the Fellowship. If your account is with Fidelity Charitable, Schwab Charitable, or BNY Mellon, access the DAF Direct link to make a gift conveniently from your account.
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Who We Help
Help impoverished Jews who escaped death during the Holocaust live out their final years with dignity.
Care for Jewish children and orphans living in extreme poverty who rely on The Fellowship
for basic needs.
Provide lifesaving assistance for elderly Jews who are suffering and lack life's basic provisions.
Fulfill Biblical prophecy by helping Jews from “the four corners of the earth" (Isaiah 11:12) escape anti-Semitism and persecution.
Honor Israel's soldiers who put their lives on the line every day through financial and emotional support for them and their families.
Protect Israelis from terrorist attacks by providing food, medicine, emergency aid, and helping victims of war deal with physical and emotional trauma.