Evangelical Homes For Children Inc
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25 Old Kings Hwy North No 13 Darien CT 06820 USA
The american friends of the episcopal diocese of jerusalem is devoted to building hope and peace by financially supporting education and healthcare available to all in the holy land and raising awareness in the united states.
Afedj is an independent organization that works in partnership with the episcopal diocese of jerusalem and its ministries and institutions. It generates increased awareness of and raises funds for the support of hospitals, schools, parishes and programs in palestine, israel, lebanon, syria and jordan. These institutions and programs minister to persons of all persuasions and faiths including christians, jews, muslims and all who live in these countries.
in addition to funding institutions in the middle east, afedj works to educate donors and prospects in the us about the various needs in the diocese of jerusalem. This is done through newsletters, speaking engagements, workshops and conventions.
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This is the current corporate name for the American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. AFEDJ is an independent, non-political 501c3 providing humanitarian aid to the schools, hospitals, clinics and institutes for the disabled of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. The Diocese includes Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. The Diocese serves all, regardless of ethnic, religious or economic background. For more information, go to www.afedj.org or contact the Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
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