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Posts tagged ‘IFCJ’

8
Mar

How Revenue is Spent at the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (2020)

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) 3 founded by a rabbi in 1983 as a way to “bless Israel and the Jewish people around the world with humanitarian care and life-saving aid” while “building bridges between Christians and Jews.”

How is revenue spent at IFCJ?  The short answer is that about half of revenue is spent on grants to Jewish organizations – in the US and in Israel – while the other half is spent on fundraising, printing and postage, television and radio airtime, staff compensation, fees for services, office-related expenses, and travel.  For more detail, read on. Read more »

8
Feb

Where Does $100 to the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews Go?

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) 3 founded by a rabbi in 1983 as a way to “bless Israel and the Jewish people around the world with humanitarian care and life-saving aid” while “building bridges between Christians and Jews.”

How is revenue spent at IFCJ?  The short answer is that about half of revenue was spent on grants to Jewish organizations – in the US and in Israel – while the other half was spent on fundraising, staff compensation, fees for services, office-related expenses, and travel.  For more detail, read on. Read more »