Contributions of Rabbi Eckstein towards the People of Israel

Rabbi Eckstein was the president of the non-profit organisation International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ), who established a friendly nature between Christians and Jews. According to his website that has raised more than $1.5 billion as per his website for serving the Jews all over the world. Eckstein has a prominent figure in Israel, and funding aids for new immigrants, children’s, orphans, elderly and the victims of wars, Holocaust survivors.

IFCJHis organisation also assisted Jews from post-soviet states and Ethiopia. IFCJ ratings as provided by charity navigator for financial data are 2/4.  In IFCJ reviews people recognised this fellowship as a great cause in assisting Jewish communities and social aid in Israel. IFCJ rating is 81.45 out of 100.

Books written by Rabbi Eckstein fellowship of Eckstein represents 500,000 people having close ties with 6,600 American churches. He penned quite a few numbers of books which includes, Passover – An Inspirational Guide, an inspirational look at the Psalms, Holy Days of Israel and his own biography The Bridge Builder: The Life and Continuing Legacy of Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein was released. All of these were dedicated to creating a bond and understanding between Christians and Jews.

Various programs under IFCJ 

In 1983, the organisation was founded by Eckstein, since then he was spontaneous in making friendship with Christian communities and creating support for the people of Israel. He has always worked selflessly for the citizens of Israel and making a strong between the evangelical communities and jews, Is IFCJ a good charity or not we get to know from his selfless works. The fellowship receives best ratings from the Charity Navigator watchdog.

Some other programs of this fellowship include helping jews all over the world to return into his own homeland, to get escape discrimination and poverty, helping victims of war and terror, providing food to children, orphans providing cloths to children and helping Israeli soldiers as well.