The MJAA is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization since 1945. All gifts are tax deductible according to IRS regulations. The MJAA is also recognized by the IRS as a 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(i) organization.

Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts to the MJAA or for the MJAA’s use are deductible for federal estate and gift tax purposes, provided the donor meets the applicable provisions of sections 2055, 2106, and 2522 of the IRS Code.The MJAA is governed by an elected Board of Executives.

The MJAA has no business income and is therefore not required to file IRS form 990. Each year the MJAA is audited by the accounting firm of Simonic,  Ratnecht and Associates. The MJAA has available upon request our most recent audited financial statement. Please feel free to contact us at or call (610)338-0451.

The MJAA is accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability® (ECFA)

ECFA is an accreditation agency dedicated to helping Christian ministries earn the public’s trust through adherence to Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship™. Founded in 1979, ECFA provides accreditation to leading Christian nonprofit organizations that faithfully demonstrate compliance with established standards for financial accountability, fundraising and board governance. Members include Christian ministries, denominations, churches, educational institutions and other tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations. Collectively, these organizations represent more than $18 billion in annual revenue.

CFA’s Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship™ focus on board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources.

Joseph Project

Since its establishment in 2000, Joseph Project has distributed over $100 million in humanitarian aid to Israel's neediest populations

MJAA Ethiopia Relief

Bringing life-saving assistance to the "Betta Israel", the Jews of Ethiopia

MJAA Israel Forest Relief

he Messianic Israel Forest Project was created to restore Israel’s lush and fruitful forests in response to the many thousands of acres devastated and to further beautify the Land of Israel.