Yechiel Eckstein (July 11, 1951 – February 6, 2019) was an Israeli American rabbi and charity worker who, in 1983, founded a philanthropic organisation for Jews, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (later known as The Fellowship), headquartered in Chicago and Jerusalem, and served as its president. The objectives of the organisation were to support Jews in need of financial help. It promoted emigration of Jews to Israel and supported poor soldiers in the Israeli military. In 2003, it was listed as the second-largest charitable foundation in Israel by Ha'aretz.

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  • Yechiel Eckstein (July 11, 1951 – February 6, 2019) was an Israeli American rabbi and charity worker who, in 1983, founded a philanthropic organisation for Jews, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (later known as The Fellowship), headquartered in Chicago and Jerusalem, and served as its president. The objectives of the organisation were to support Jews in need of financial help. It promoted emigration of Jews to Israel and supported poor soldiers in the Israeli military. In 2003, it was listed as the second-largest charitable foundation in Israel by Ha'aretz. In 2010 Newsweek magazine listed him in the Top 50 Most Influential Rabbis in America. He was awarded Hadassah's first Man of Distinction in 2010, and the Raoul Wallenberg Award in 2014. He was listed in the "Jerusalem Post's Top 50 Most Influential Jews" of 2014 and 2015. (en)
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  • Yechiel Eckstein (July 11, 1951 – February 6, 2019) was an Israeli American rabbi and charity worker who, in 1983, founded a philanthropic organisation for Jews, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (later known as The Fellowship), headquartered in Chicago and Jerusalem, and served as its president. The objectives of the organisation were to support Jews in need of financial help. It promoted emigration of Jews to Israel and supported poor soldiers in the Israeli military. In 2003, it was listed as the second-largest charitable foundation in Israel by Ha'aretz. (en)
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