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ICEJ Aid Projects

Benevolence Ministry

Comforting the nation of Israel

From its very beginnings in 1980, the ICEJ has embarked upon a journey of giving comfort to Israel. This journey has involved deeds of compassion impacting virtually every town, village, and city in some way through benevolence ministry.

ICEJ AID, the Embassy’s social assistance arm, touches the lives of all people in Israel by contributing to projects across the nation in every sector of society.

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Holocaust Survivors

Giving shelter to those who have suffered enough

Approximately one-third of Israel’s some 193,800 Holocaust Survivors are impoverished, struggling with illness, or living alone. In 2009, ICEJ began a partnership with the local charity to provide a home especially for lonely Survivors. It offers attractive assisted-living facilities and a warm family environment.

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Aliyah

One of Israel's modern-day miracles

Since our founding in September 1980, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem has assisted more than 150,000 Jews to make Aliyah to Israel. That represents more than 10 percent of the Jews who made the journey home to Israel in the past four decades. They are coming from the north, south, east, and west—just as the Bible promises.

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Homecare

Showing comfort to elderly Russian Jews

Since 1996 the Nursing Homecare Program has been a significant arm of the ICEJ. Our team in Jerusalem provides basic nursing assistance and physical care to elderly and disabled Russian Jewish immigrants, while also considering their social and emotional well-being.

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Israel in Crisis

Helping Israelis in distress

The tiny coronavirus—smaller than one micrometer—has brought the world economy to its knees with plunging stock markets, international travel at a virtual standstill, and many peoples and nations gripped with fear of a possible pandemic. Many Israeli families are in mandatory quarantine, while the elderly and other vulnerable groups have also been advised to stay home.

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