Caring for Holocaust Survivors in Crisis

ICEJ continues to impact lives in spite of Coronavirus threat

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The ICEJ has a team of staff and volunteers in Haifa working with our local partner Yad Ezer L'Haver to feed and care for hundreds of Holocaust Survivors and other elderly who have been told to stay in their homes to protect them from the Coronavirus. We are helping deliver to their front doors boxes with food and other essentials to give them hope amid their isolation and to show Christians care. These efforts have even caught the attention of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

As Israel (and the entire world) takes drastic measures to combat the Coronavirus threat, ICEJ has activated our “Israel in Crisis” fund to meet urgent needs during this national emergency. We are working to make sure the elderly and other needy families have food and other necessities, especially with Passover fast approaching. Thank you for thinking of Israel, even as your own nation deals with the Coronavirus threat. 

Give today to the ICEJ’s “Israel in Crisis” Fund and help provide food for Holocaust Survivors and the elderly in Israel:


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