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The Jewish Agency calls them “evacuation flights” bringing Israeli citizens trapped by Covid-19 back home as well as new immigrants approved for Aliyah.

Many of these Jewish olim had planned to move to Israel over recent months, and even quit their jobs and cancelled their apartment leases already, but due to Corona they have now been stranded without home or finances.Priority is given to those facing urgent health concerns, rising antisemitism, and poor socio-economic conditions.

Help us bring at least 250 Jews on Aliyah “rescue flights” to Israel this month.

“We are so happy to be here, and we want to say ‘thank you’ to everyone who helped us! Because it was our dream and deep desire in our hearts.” 

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Help ICEJ fill another Aliyah 'evacuation flight' this month!

Between February and June, the ICEJ flew 1,000 Jewish immigrants home to Israel, enabled by the donations of Christians from around the world. This was a remarkable rate of 250 olim (newcomers) per month during the Corona crisis.

With ongoing global instability and rising antisemitism worldwide, we are now challenging our friends and supporters to help us maintain that pace in the critical months ahead, when Aliyah is expected to increase.

*The estimated average costs per seat for this month is $800, which can include extra baggage allowance, connecting flights, ground transport and other costs.

New Olim arriving May 2020 - on 30th anniversary of ICEJ's first Aliyah flight.

Victoria and husband Yaroslav arrived recently from Ukraine and are expecting their first child.