Distribution Center Network Helps Local Believers Care for Needy

Distribution Center Network Helps Local Believers Care for Needy

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 helping care for Holocaust survivors, the elderly, single mothers, the homeless, widows, orphans, those with substance addictions and other poor and needy people through community Distribution Centers (DCs). In partnership with local Jewish and Arab congregations and other ministries, we use a significant portion of your gifts to order, stock, and provide food monthly to more than 3,170 families through 14 DCs located throughout Israel. The food is then provided through these DCs or, in some cases, by home delivery, to assist the poor and needy in the name of Jesus. The DCs are located in communities across the Land where local volunteers can distribute key food and household items monthly to those in need. An added blessing gives local believers the opportunity to minister in a personal way within their local communities.

 Read more about how your faithful prayer and generous gifts are impacting the lives of those living in Israel and the surrounding nations with the love of Jesus in the 2015 Donor Report.

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