With more than one in five Israelis living in poverty, the opportunities to bless both Jewish and Arab people are always before us. Working with local partners on the ground, The Joshua Fund's Israeli team currently provides food to 21 distribution centers serving more than 2,100 families monthly.
Your prayers and gifts empower The Joshua Fund to carry out this critical work. As you watch this video, please pray that many open doors will continue to be available to our partners on the ground as they care for those in need.
We share the love of God by first showing the love of God. Since our founding in 2006, The Joshua Fund has invested millions of dollars in blessing Holocaust survivors, the elderly, single mothers, homeless people, widows, orphans, and other poor and needy Jews, Muslims, and Christians in the Epicenter.
"Suppose a brother or sister is without clothes or daily food. If one of you says to him, 'Go, I wish you well; keep warm and well fed,' but does nothing about his physical needs, what good is it?"
(James 2:15-16 NIV).
Therefore, in partnership with local congregations and other allies, we use a significant portion of our funding to order, stock, and provide food monthly through more than a dozen Distribution Centers located throughout the Land. The food is offered via centralized Distribution Centers or, in some cases, by home delivery to assist the poor and needy in the name of Jesus.
Ken & Barb Larson are a couple who serve as volunteer board members with The Joshua Fund. They believe in the work of The Joshua Fund so much that they wanted to share why giving to the nonprofit is so important to them.
New York Times Bestselling Author Joel C. Rosenberg and 70th U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discuss the biggest threats to the United States and Israel.
As unbelievable as it may be, for some survivors of the Holocaust, the fear and the hardships haven't ended. Living in a remote and poor area in Israel South, a group of Russian-speaking immigrants in their late seventies to nineties was fortunate enough to survive those dark days in Europe so long ago.