What is meant by the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews?

In the year 1983, Yechiel Eckstein found the Holyland Fellowship of Christians and Jews which is now known as the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews or IFCJ, in order to promote and protect understanding among the Jews and Christians.  This was made to largely support Israel and other concerns. The objective is that Jews and Christians could reverse the two thousand year old history of disharmony and reconstitute it with a peaceful and respectful relationship with mutual understanding.

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The organization has their headquarters in Illinois, United States.

Their locations include Chicago, Jerusalem, Toronto, and Seoul.

One could ask “Is IFCJ a good charity?”

Over the decades this organization has been the leaders in Jewish-Christian relationships, forming bridges of goodwill that has given way to better understanding and cooperation between members of these two communities. Hundreds of Jews have been helped to escape poverty and anti-Semitism and return to their biblical homeland.

The Fellowship has given many millions of dollars to programs that support Jews from the former Soviet Union, India, and from other places to settle in Israel, and also financing projects that fight poverty in Israel therefore helping poor and elderly Jews and orphans living in the former Soviet Union.

IFCJ ratings

According to the Charity Navigator the IFCJ rating (International Fellowship of Christians and Jews ) is given  3 star which leads up to a score of 85.68 out of 100 (as of 2018).

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IFCJ reviews

There are many benefits of the IFCJ i.e. International fellowship for Jews and Christians that include good health benefits, vacation, and floating holidays. The work environment is pleasant. The pay given is decent and the work is not very hard to do.

But along with the benefits comes certain disadvantages as well for example there is not much room for growth in terms of work, there is little to no opportunity of taking up new challenges.