Bridges For Peace UK ltd

Bridges For Peace UK ltd

Charity information

Bridges For Peace UK ltd

Bridges For Peace: Christians supporting Israel and building relationships between Christians and Jews in Israel and around the world.

Founded 1992

  • Mission statement

    Bridges For Peace is a Jerusalem-based, Bible-believing Christian organization supporting Israel and building relationships between Christians and Jews worldwide through education and practical deeds expressing God's love and mercy.

    We have offices in 9 countries including the United Kingdom. In Israel we have a number of programmes helping mainly poor immigrant families to not only survive but to establish themselves as productive citizens. We provide approximately 60 tons of food each month for needy families and assist in education needs for children and students.
    feed a child - 700 children receive school meals and aid for materials.
    Food Banks - Purchased and distributed a total of 1,704,791 pounds (774,268 kg) of food. 26000 people a month.
    Project Rescue - BFP helped 2, 460 Jews immigrate to Israel.
    Adoption Program - Assisted an average of 150 immigrant families, 50 individuals and 20 families in crisis
    Immigrant Welcome Gifts - BFP distributed 1,457 blankets, 613 kitchen gifts, 881 Bibles and 2,701 school kits
    Home Repair - renovated 48 homes.
    Arab assistance - providing assistance.

  • Aims

    Bridges For Peace UK ltd aims to:

    • Our desire is to see Christians and Jews working side by side for better understanding and a more secure Israel. It is time Christian individuals and congregations to support the people of the book.
  • Overview

    Established: July 1992

    Registered Charity Number: 1014411

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 3

    Phone number: 01656 739494

    Address: office 18 ,llynfi enterprise centre. CF34 0BQ

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  • Feed - A - Child

    To expand our feed a child programme from the present 3 schools (2 in Beit Shemesh and one... More