Do you wish to contribute to the Israel Free Loan Association to provide interest-free loans to people in need?
Contributions can be made via:
- Credit card
- Bank transfer
- Transfer of Israel Bonds, annuities, etc.
Donors in the UK, USA, or Canada can receive tax deductions through the following organizations which raise funds for the purpose of supporting IFLA’s work in Israel:
- American Friends of IFLA
- British Friends of IFLA
- Canadian Friends of IFLA
Click here for more information about each organization and their contact info.
More information on how to donate overseas can be found below.
To learn more about establishing a named loan fund, click here.
WE CANNOT REIMBURSE YOUR DONATION IF YOU MAKE IT IN THE WRONG COUNTRY.
Credit Card: you can donate online via the American Friends of IFLA (AFIFLA):
Checks should be made payable to PEF (Israel Endowment Funds) and mailed to:
PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc., 630 Third Ave, Suite 1501, New York, NY 10017
(You should indicate that your donation is for Israel Free Loan Association, amutah #580-173-557)
Bank Transfer: Please email Development@FreeLoan.org.il and bank account details will be sent to you within 2 business days
* The American Friends of IFLA (AFIFLA, 501(c)3) raise funds for the purpose of supporting IFLA’s work in Israel.
Credit Card: you can donate online via our secure page:
Checks should be made payable to IFLA and mailed to: Israel Free Loan Association, POB 10424, Jerusalem 9110401
Bank Transfer: Please email Development@FreeLoan.org.il and bank account details will be sent to you within 2 business days.
Checks should be made payable to the British Friends of Israel Free Loan Association and mailed to:
British Friends of Israel Free Loan Association c/o Mr. Kenneth Keller, 25 Lodge Avenue, Borehamwood, Elstree Herts WD6 3NA
Checks should be made payable to the Canadian Friends of Israel Free Loan Association and mailed to:
Canadian Friends of Israel Free Loan Association c/o Mr. Mark Borer, 605-24 York Street, Ottawa, ON, K1N 1K2
For countries other than the above please follow the instructions for donations in Israel.
Thank you for supporting IFLA in our mission to provide interest-free loans to low-middle income Israelis and small business facing financial hardship.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Stage 1: Before making a contribution of stocks or Israel bonds you should request instructions directly from the P.E.F. staff:
PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc.
630 Third Ave, Suite 1501
New York, NY 10017
Tel: 212-599-1260 Fax: 212-599-5981 Email: email@example.com
(please indicate that your donation is for Israel Free Loan Association, amutah # 580 173 557)
Stage 2: Contact our New York or Israel offices to notify us of this transfer, as well as if you have any questions. Contact our office in Jerusalem at +972 2 530 0787, or by fax at +972-2-5669504, or via email to Development@FreeLoan.org.il.
You will receive a tax-deductible receipt from P.E.F. for this donation, as well as a subsequent acknowledgement from IFLA.
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In order to set a standing monthly donation, automatically deducted from your Israeli bank account, please click here for the “hora’at keva” form, print it, and complete it as per the directions which appear on it, bring it to the bank, sign it and have a bank representative sign it, and fax it to IFLA at 02-5669504. For any questions regarding a standing order for donations, feel free to contact Svetlana at 02-530 0796.
All contributions to IFLA are officially acknowledged. The receipt you will receive is recognized locally by the tax authorities in Israel, the United States, Canada, or the UK, respectively