The ICEJ staff has engaged in hands-on volunteer work to help Israelis in a number of areas, including:

• Packing food boxes for over 14,000 evacuees, as well as 4,900 toiletry kits for IDF soldiers.
• Visiting wounded IDF soldiers and civilians, with 19 receiving gift bags.
• Visiting evacuee families from Kfar Aza and sitting shiva with them.
• Homecare visits to dozens of the elderly and disabled in need of physical and emotional support.
• Harvesting fruit trees and crops for farmers in the western Negev.
• Volunteering to drive pregnant women to the hospital to give birth.

Summary of ICEJ’s War Relief Efforts (Downloadable PDF)

The ICEJ is continuing to respond to the urgent needs of Israeli communities along Israel’s borders. Please join us in meeting these needs by donating to our Israel in Crisis Fund.

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ICEJ shows solidarity with Israel by helping to harvest fruit