Victims of terrorism and war who need your help

Victims of Terror and War

In the Scriptures we read, “Oh, that my head were a spring of water and my eyes a fountain of tears!  I would weep day and night for the slain of my people” (Jeremiah 9:1).  Tragically, Israel today is a “fountain of tears” for her people as the Holy Land continues to face multiple threats of destruction. Learn how to help victims of terrorism in Israel through IFCJ’s lifesaving ministry programs.

Our Guardians of Israel ministry supports efforts that not only protect our Jewish brothers and sisters from terrorist attacks, but help victims deal with physical and emotional trauma.  When war breaks out in Israel, The Fellowship acts quickly to meet the needs of Israelis in the line of fire.  We provide emergency equipment for first responders, install and renovate bomb shelters in under-protected areas, provide resources for homebound elderly in need, offer free counseling to victims of trauma and fill other critical needs. Learn how to help victims of terrorism or make your best gift today.

Fellowship giving food box to disabled IDF veteran

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A disabled IDF veteran, Kobi depends on loving, giving Fellowship friends who love Israel as much as he does.

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