“Comfort and keep comforting my people,” says your God. “Tell Yerushalayim to take heart; proclaim to herthat she has completed her time of service, that her guilt has been paid off, that she has received at the hand of Adonai double for all her sins.” Isaiah 40:1-2

ICEJ Aid

OUR CHRISTIAN WITNESS

The ICEJ is committed to comforting and blessing the people of the Holy Land as the Word of God encourages us in Isaiah 40. It is our Christian witness and testimony to the people in need. Christ always did what the Father shows Him while He was on earth and it was always good deeds and preaching the gospel. Christ healed the sick, helped the out casts and fed the hungry and so many other deeds in the Bible. The Scripture teaches us to let our light shine in the dark and in the same that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven. Your continued prayers and donations make it possible for families across the nation to have their basic needs met. Thank you for helping the ICEJ to meet those needs. 

Read on to see some of the work done by ICEJ Aid throughout the country as well as a description of several fundraising projects. We invite you to partner with us in showing Christian care by contributing to or fundraising for one of the enclosed projects.

ICEJ Aid

By supporting the extensive ongoing work and witness of the ICEJ, you are helping to fund our core activities in the Holy Land and around the world. We provide Christians the opportunity to bless the Jewish and Arabs that live in the Holy Land and comfort the Jewish people on a daily basis. Your donations will especially help us to act immediately in times of crisis, when we are needed most and can have the greatest impact and testimony of Christian love and reconciliation.

WHAT WE DO

ICEJ AID’s vision is to build relationships, foster reconciliation and share God’s love through a wide variety of humanitarian projects that respond to the many areas of pressing social need.

ICEJ AID is run by a Christian volunteer team of Hebrew-speaking professionals qualified in the area of social services. Our staff prayerfully assesses each project proposal by establishing personal contact with the community, individual or organization involved; a process that brings them into constant contact with municipal authorities, community leaders and charitable institutions across the Holy Land on behalf of donors worldwide.

ICEJ AID supports locally administered assistance programs that touch a vast spectrum of social need, including: disabled, children in need, youth-at-risk, new immigrants and the elderly.

ICEJ AID, the Embassy’s social assistance arm touches the lives of all people in the Holy Land by contributing to projects across the nation in every sector of society. We fulfill our calling to comfort God’s people by meeting the needs of children, elderly, disabled, new immigrants and needy families. We are proud to be your embassy in Jerusalem, your hands and feet in the land.

HARDSHIP DUE TO THE GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS THREAT

This tiny virus – 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 families are in mandatory quarantine, while the elderly and other vulnerable groups have also been advised to stay home.

In response, ICEJ is working with local charities to provide home deliveries of food/household items to assist those in need, including:

  • Families and individuals under the mandatory at-home self-quarantine
  • Holocaust survivors, shut-ins and the elderly
  • Disadvantaged families or those experiencing difficulties as a result of the spread of the virus
  • New Jewish immigrants making Aliyah, who are also required to self-quarantine for two weeks

Although Coronavirus is impacting nations all over the world, this is your opportunity to demonstrate love and concern for Israel during this global emergency by helping us feed and care for those in need.

This appeal is based on the example set by the Gentile believers in Antioch – the first ones to be called “Christians” – as recorded in the Book of Acts, chapter 11. A great famine was impacting the entire known world during the reign of Emperor Claudius. And even though they had urgent needs of their own, the followers of Jesus in Antioch first “determined to send a contribution for the relief of the brethren living in Judea.” (see Acts 11:26-30)

YOU CAN HELP

Please consider a gift to help us provide and care for those confined to their homes. We are working to make sure these families and elderly people have food and other necessities as they wait out this health scare. 

In addition to our support of the Jewish people, some 20% of our funds are targeted to assist the needs of the Arab, Druze and Bedouin minorities.

Whether you are an individual or represent a larger organization or ministry, our extensive experience and network of relationships can ensure that your gift used effectively. Today’s overwhelming social needs give us an unprecedented opportunity to comfort and bless this nation in the name of Christians around the world as an act of reconciliation and love.

The ICEJ has embarked upon a journey of giving comfort to the Holy Land. This journey has involved deeds of compassion impacting virtually every town, village and city in some way through benevolence ministry.

DONATION TO ICEJ AID

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