Evangelical Homes For Children Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 370
Human Services, Philanthropy
25 Old King's Highway North Suite 13 Darien CT 06820 USA
AFEDJ is an independent, non-political orgaization whichworks in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem and its humanitarian aid ministries. The American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem raises funds to support hospitals, schools and institutes for the physically and mentally disabled in Jordan, Palestine, Israel and Lebanon. We give financial support to hospitals and schools that minister to persons of all persuasions: Orthodox, Maronite, Latin and Protestant Christians, Muslim, Jews and all who dwell in Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and Israel.
We give financial support to hospitals and schools that minister to persons of all persuasions: Orthodox, Maronite, Latin and Protestant Christians, Muslim, Jews and all who dwell in Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and Israel.
190 clergy and lay members around the US committed to the Mission of AFEDJ, help educate, raise funds and provide input for future projects.
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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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I've visited the schools and hospitals AFEDJ supports to insure that funds are used effectively and to identify needs. Each models tolerence and respect for differences. In most areas, they are the only resource these struggling people have.
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