Through programs of care and compassion, The Fellowship fulfills its mission of assisting poor and needy Jews in Israel and around the world. Below you'll find in-depth information on the current projects supported by your donations to The Fellowship.
Guardians of Israel provides food, clothing, shelter, housing and other urgent needs for all Israelis, including children and the elderly, who are suffering due to poverty, terrorism and war.Community Assistance
- Be'er Sova Soup Kitchen
- Beit Batya Soup Kitchens
- Building Bomb Shelters
- Hadassah Medical Center
- Helping the Poor Celebrate Passover
- High Holy Days Food Distribution
- Israeli Municipalities' Emergency 911 Fund
- Lone Soldiers
- Nishmat Ethiopian Women/Job Education Program
- Mana Hama Soup Kitchen
- Special Needs Funding
- Welfare in Jerusalem
- Caring for Holocaust Survivors
- Center for Ethiopian Elderly
- Yad B'Yad Basic Needs Care
- Yad LaKashish A Lifeline for the Old
- Warm Winter for the Elderly
Isaiah 58 provides children and elderly Jews in the former Soviet Union with food, clothing, heating, and other necessities by funding humanitarian programs throughout the FSU.
- Providing Food and Medicine to the Elderly
- Basic Needs
- Fill the Pantry
On Wings of Eagles helps Jews make aliyah (immigrate to Israel) from around the world, and helps them with their klitah (resettlement) needs once they arrive in the Holy Land.
- Klitah (resettlement assistance)
- Youth Movements Program
- Spiritual Centers
Stand for Israel aims to engage people both spiritually and politically on behalf of Israel and the Jewish people by encouraging them to pray for Israel and teaching them to advocate for the Jewish state.
Latin American Outreach
Several years ago, Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein was named the Goodwill Ambassador of the State of Israel, with a special emphasis on Latin American communities. Shortly after, The Fellowship launched an initiative to build bridges between Latino Christians and Jews. We have been a presence at several conferences in Latin America, and launched a successful Ask the Rabbi radio program, educating Spanish speaking Christians about the Jewish roots of Christianity.
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein is a renowned biblical scholar and expert in Jewish-Christian relations. He has spoken at countless churches and conferences, published several books, and hosted educational radio programs. Recently, he has begun hosting Journey to Zion, a dynamic 30-minute teaching program focusing on the Bible and Jewish roots of Christianity before a live studio audience.