The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews or IFCJ, begun in 1983 in order to promote a better sense of mutual understanding and cooperation between Christians and Jews, it is certainly one of the largest organizations of Christians in today’s world, which is very much active in working with Jewish community worldwide and provides constant support to the Jewish people.
This organization was founded by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein and led by its president Yael Eckstein, The Fellowship program provides support (both financial and physical) and shelter to the needy citizens of Israel and Jewish communities all over the world, promotes prayer and proper security on behalf of the Jewish state, and builds bridges of understanding between Christians and Jews and helps to maintain harmony and peace. This justifies the question “Is IFCJ a good charity?”
The Achievements of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews as an international Organization
The Fellowship now raises more than 140 million dollars per year – majority of them coming from Christians – and has it has increased up to two million supporters and advocates. Since the organization has been founded, The Fellowship has raised more than 1.4 billion for this work. The organization has their offices in Jerusalem, Chicago, Toronto, Seoul, and Sao Paulo.
The Fellowship has provided humanitarian aid to millions of people in more than 25 countries, and its robust communications network – includes teaching, television and radio programs, and web contacts – reaches up to millions in some one hundred countries all over the planet each and every day, creating an enormous grassroots movement of aid and good will. The IFCJ reviews have been positive since the organization was established.
Overall Score & IFCJ rating is 85.68 with a financial score of 79.75 and their Accountability and Transparency being a clean 100.00.