Ratings and Reviews

You can be confident that your donations to The Fellowship are being used to do the most good for Israel and Jewish people in need around the world. Find out how we’re evaluated by trusted charity watchdog groups, read endorsements from Jewish and Christian leaders, find out what donors and Fellowship aid recipients are saying about our work, and more.

BBB Wise Giving Alliance

The Fellowship is fully accredited by the BBB Wise Giving Alliance, which is affiliated with the Council of Better Business Bureaus, indicating that we meet all the BBB's 20 Standards for Charity Accountability. BBB evaluates charities based on their governance, results reporting, finances, and truthful and transparent communication.

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The Fellowship has earned the GuideStar Platinum Transparency. GuideStar is the world's largest source of up-to-date information on nonprofit organizations, providing important context to the financial information available from the IRS to help you better evaluate how we're using your donations.

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Charity Navigator

Accountability & Finance - 97%
Leadership & Adaptability - 100%
Culture & Community - 100%
Charity Navigator is the nation's largest and most-utilized evaluator of charities, whose ratings are calculated based on an organization's "beacons" in the areas of financial health and accountability, leadership and adaptability, and culture and community.

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NonProfit Times

The Fellowship has been named one of the 2023 "Best Nonprofits to Work For" by The NonProfit Times, the leading national business publication for nonprofit managers. This is the second year The Fellowship has earned this honor, after having been named to the list in 2021.

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ANA Nonprofit Federation

The Fellowship was selected by the ANA Nonprofit Federation, as the Nonprofit Organization of the Year! This honor recognizes a nonprofit for organizational excellence. The ANA Nonprofit Federation is one of the most prominent associations in the U.S. for fundraising professionals. It is an honor to be recognized by our professional fundraising peers for our leadership and fundraising excellence.

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Best in America

The International Fellowship of Christians & Jews has been awarded with the America's Best Charities Seal of Excellence. The America's Best Charities Seal of Excellence is awarded to charitable organizations that meet the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness.

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Top 100 Largest U.S. Charities

In 2023, for the third consecutive year, The Fellowship was named to the Forbes Top 100 Largest Charities list.

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Globee Business - Female CEO World Award

The Globee® Awards have named Yael Eckstein a winner in the 10th Annual 2022 CEO World Awards®. These prestigious global awards recognize CEOs, C-Level Executives, and Professionals from all over the world. Yael has received the Female CEO of the Year Global Award in honor of leading and coordinating quick delivery of aid during the Ukraine Crisis.

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“2022 Top-Rated Nonprofit”

The International Fellowship of Christians & Jews has been named a “2022 Top-Rated Nonprofit” by GreatNonprofits, the leading website for community recommendations for charities and nonprofits”.

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Gov. Mike Huckabee

“I strongly believe that supporting Israel is one of the most meaningful things a believer can do. This is why I'm partnering with Israel's most impactful relief organization, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.”

Michele Bachmann

“I have a tremendous love for Israel, and great admiration for the Israeli people. This is why I'm partnering with Israel's largest provider of humanitarian aid, and the premier organization building bridges between Christians and Jews, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.”

Donor Reviews

We started giving to The Fellowship around 16 years ago. I was watching a TV program, and The Fellowship came on, telling stories about the orphans and elderly they were supporting in Israel. I called immediately and began giving. Now we give monthly, some gifts bigger, some smaller – but the Lord has certainly tied us in with The Fellowship, and it's been a huge blessing to our family.

Thirty years ago I found a brochure from The Fellowship. At the time I thought, “I'm giving to many other ministries, but this one is specifically calling out to me.” As the years went on, there was a yearning in my heart to give to Israel and to support the Jews. I've been giving to the ministry ever since. I'm African American, and I'm not supporting due to skin color or race, but because of a similar struggle that we faced like the Jewish people.

I've discovered in the past couple of years that my purpose is to support The Fellowship, to help feed and take care of the Jewish people in Israel. I feel that's my job. We as Christians have a calling on this earth that we're supposed to do. I have to say that because I've been doing my job of supporting the Jewish people I've been kept safe during this time.

Beneficiary Reviews

I love the days the The Fellowship comes to visit. It brings me so much joy. Thank you so much for coming into my life and treating me with kindness and companionship in my old age.

I'm very grateful to The Fellowship for providing me with help,” Dolores says. “I am totally dependent on it. Without you I would have nothing to eat. My life would be impossible. The Fellowship is the only friend left in my life.

Thanks to The Fellowship we have food on the table. Without the monthly assistance, we would not be able to exist.

Your Impact

The Fellowship is a trusted non-profit with decades of experience supporting Jewish people in need – in Israel, the former Soviet Union, and around the world. Thanks to our faithful donors, we're able to fight poverty, provide security, and facilitate aliyah (immigration to Israel) through hundreds of lifesaving projects.

In 2021, The Fellowship reached a milestone year. Thanks to our supporters, we were able to reach more than 2 million Jewish people in need across the globe.

Here is a preview of how we helped:


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80,000 soldiers provided with basic needs, comfort and care


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918,000 children and families given food, medicine, clothing or financial assistance


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More than 5,500 olim (immigrants) made aliyah (migrated to Israel)


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800,000 people in more than 10 countries given access to secure Jewish synagogues, schools and communities through Fellowship-provided emergency equipment and mobile bomb shelters

Learn More in the 2022 Annual Report


At The Fellowship, we take financial accountability and good stewardship of our donors' funds very seriously! Find out how your gifts to The Fellowship were allocated to best serve Israel and needy Jewish people worldwide in IFCJ's financial summary and more.

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