The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews abbreviated as IFCJ is primarily a humanitarian organization originated in the year 1983 by Yechiel Eckstein. Their goal is to promote mutual understandings between Jews and Christians by building support for the State of Israel.
The programs provided by the IFCJ include
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews help in making the immigration of Jews to Israel from the former Soviet Union, Ethiopia, Europe and Arab lands and also helps them with their settlement in the country.
Guardians of Israel bestow the basic requirements to the Israelis in need by supporting many projects for example soup kitchens, providing food, clothing and medical support. The IFCJ also takes care of needs like housing, family care, and jobs.
Isaiah 58 provides food packages, meals on the go, medicine, housing facilities, fuel, clothing along with other primitive requirements to more than two hundred thousand poverty stricken elderly Soviet Jews, giving the Jewish orphans and unsafe street children in the former Soviet Union the protection needed to survive and prepare for a better fate.
Stand for Israel organizes mass meetings of churches, Christian leaders and others in order to advance Israel by praying for the nation and supporting the country’s right to survive this world in tranquility and security. The Fellowship has the goal of engaging people, both spiritually and politically in support of Israel and the Jews, by promoting them to “pray for the peace of Jerusalem”.
All of these programs are given a positive response to the question “Is IFCJ a good charity?”
The IFCJ reviews all of these functioning of the various programs that has been mentioned above and harmonizes their operations as a single unit.
Overall Score & IFCJ rating is given by the number 85.68, with their financial score being 79.75 and their Accountability & Transparency being a clean 100.00.