The importance of charity for Jewish

Charity is the practice of giving, sharing and helping those who are needy either in the form of money or some articles. Many organizations work voluntarily for the benefit of the poor. International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) is a Jewish organization which works for the poor and support them financially. Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein was the leader of this organization who served the poor for 35 years and died recently. He dedicated his life to helping those in need and inspired thousands of people to support charity. You can read about IFCJ reviews online and know how they raise money for donations.

IFCJJewish leaders- Rabbi Eckstein and Rabbi Eckstein

Rabbi Eckstein and Rabbi Eckstein are the two legendary Jewish personalities who spent their life helping and working for those in needs. They not only earned respect in the Jewish community but also among the Christians. They both were different in many ways but their feelings towards mankind were similar. They have become a legend for humans as they lived for others and helped them stand on their own feet. You can know more about Yechiel Eckstein from his biography. He was also a prolific writer and his works were related to the problems our society has been facing.

IFCJImportance of charity

Charity is the fundamental principle of the Jewish community. The Jewish leader Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein was born in a wealthy army contractor’s family. During his lifetime, he was involved in charitable activities. He guided people to live a healthy and peaceful life. He worked for other communities along with his community which made him one of the greatest leaders of his time. He helped in raising millions of dollars to help the poor without even thinking of him. This selfless act of Yechiel Eckstein made him a legend and this is the reason he is still remembered today.