3 Ways to Donate

Donate Online

The most cost-effective way for IFCJ to process your donation is through our secure online donation form. Donate to Israel and her people through your best gift today.

Donate by Telephone

Call 800-486-8844 or 312-641-7200 to donate to The Fellowship 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Your gift today will provide vital, lifesaving assistance to Jews in Israel, the former Soviet Union and around the world in the form of food, shelter, medical relief and more. You can help turn despair into hope for millions of Jews in need worldwide.

Donate by Mail

Download our donation form
Please send check or money order to:
International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
P.O. Box 96105
Washington, DC 20090-6105

Bless and Be Blessed

God promises to “bless those who bless [Israel].” You can take part in His promise by being a blessing to a lonely elderly Jewish person like Sibo who has nowhere else to turn. Your gift will help provide food, medicine, and shelter to someone in desperate need. Join us in helping these precious souls with your best gift today.

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Who We Help

Holocaust Survivors

Help impoverished Jews who escaped death during the Holocaust live out their final years with dignity. 

Orphans, Children and Families

Care for Jewish children and orphans living in extreme poverty who rely on The Fellowship for basic needs.

Poor Elderly

Provide lifesaving assistance for elderly Jews who are suffering and lack life's basic provisions. 

Persecuted and Oppressed

Fulfill Biblical prophecy by helping Jews from “the four corners of the earth" (Isaiah 11:12) escape anti-Semitism and persecution.

Soldiers and Their Families

Honor Israel's soldiers who put their lives on the line every day through financial and emotional support for them and their families.

Victims of Terror and War

Protect Israelis from terrorist attacks by providing food, medicine, emergency aid, and helping victims of war deal with physical and emotional trauma.

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