Join us in supporting God's people of Israel in their desperate time of need. Your money will go directly to the people of Israel and their specific needs. The following are the three organizations who will receive the funds.
Jonathan Feldstein was born and educated in the U.S. and immigrated to Israel in 2004. He is married and the father of six. He is the founder and President of the Genesis 123 Foundation, the inaugural project of which is Run for Zion. Throughout his life and career, he has been blessed by the calling to fellowship with Christians to serve as a bridge between Jews and Christians and to help connect Christians to Israel in a meaningful way. Services Genesis 123 Foundation Offers: Israel has suffered barrages of thousands of rockets and missiles fired at Israeli communities, creating death, damage, injuries, fear, and trauma. These threats are at a level never experienced before. We need your prayers and support. Genesis 123 Foundation stands in the gap to provide emergency needs, including civilian security, soldiers' welfare, those suffering trauma, people whose homes have been destroyed, and emergency medical needs.
Tents of mercy
Tents of Mercy (Ohalei Rachamim in Hebrew) was founded in 1995 in the Haifa Bay area by Eitan Shishkoff, who continues to serve in an oversight capacity. In December 2016 Avishalom Tekle became the senior pastor and humanitarian aid director. He emigrated from Ethiopia's Jewish community and is the grandson of a renowned rabbi.
Services Tents of Mercy Offers:
Humanitarian Need: Tents of Mercy is a registered Israeli charity extending assistance to needy Israelis. They provide food, clothing, household goods, and counseling to anyone in need, no strings attached. They have embraced the prophetic mandate to share their food with the hungry, house the homeless, and clothe the naked.
Pro-Life: Tents of Mercy is home to a Pro-Life and maternity counseling office. A home cell group of committed volunteers undergirds this ministry with prayer to actively promote the cause of the unborn. They offer a free counseling service to help pregnant mothers make healthy, loving choices to keep their unborn babies.
With over 300,000 IDF reservists called up there is a need for hot meals, essentials, hygiene products and other things in the army. Those who are serving, or whose children are serving in the Israeli army, are confronting danger every day and enduring harsh weather conditions – sleeping outdoors in cold and rain. Tents of Mercy, the ordinary folks, prepare delicious food for their soldiers and two times a week they deliver clothes, food and other items to various military bases, often close to the border. This is such a blessing for the givers and receivers! The soldiers are no longer just “my children” but “our children” whom we care for as a community.
Harvest of Asher
Harvest of Asher is a Messianic congregation of Jewish and Gentile believers in Akko, Israel. Akko is part of the unclaimed inheritance of the Tribe of Asher (Judges 1:31), The Lord birthed in the hearts of Guy and Tali Cohen His mandate for the congregation which is 24/7 prayer and worship and to bring physical and spiritual restoration to the city and surrounding area where they are seeing dry bones coming to life. By building an altar of praise and worship in the NW gateway to Israel, they hope to provide a place where God’s Presence will linger. Their heart is to extend a helping hand to the poor and needy in cooperation with social services, the municipality and private institutions as well as the local Soup Kitchen. As part of the war effort, they are providing food, mattresses, bulletproof vests, tactical coats with neck warmers, and first aid kits for the IDF soldiers on the northern and southern borders. In Akko, food boxes for the needy and supplies for the Akko distribution center. In addition, aid to the displaced families from the northern border villages/cities/Kibbutzim who cannot return home because of the danger from Hezbollah. Laptops and tablets were given to the children in order to study online as well as food boxes and supplies for the families.
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