We are strong. We are resilient. We have a history filled with grand achievements, terrible pain, and extraordinary hope. We're guided by the values and spirituality that have sustained the Jewish people for generations. We give. We educate. We remember. We take care of each other at home and around the world. We stand up for what we believe in. And we make the world a better one for all.
UJA's Annual Campaign is our most effective tool for taking care of our extended Jewish family. Here, your giving makes maximum impact for our community—addressing Jewish poverty, antisemitism, community security, nourishing Jewish identity among our young people, and strengthening our connections to Israel.
For years, gifts to UJA’s Annual Campaign have been invested in programs which strengthen Israelis’ resilience in the face of terror—especially in Sderot, our partner community, hit hard by Hamas’ evil. Your gift will help vulnerable Israelis overcome trauma, find safety and stability, and overcome this crisis, all through the work of our incredible partners on the ground.
Community members are scared right now. We’ve witnessed pro-Hamas rallies in our streets, Jewish students afraid to be on campus, and serious antisemitic incidents across the country. Your gift to UJA’s Annual Campaign supports the work of UJA Community Security—who liaise with police on antisemitic incidents and safety concerns, advise Jewish institutions on best security practices, and communicate with the community to equip everyone with the best information available when it matters most.
Your gift to UJA’s Annual Campaign is invested in a range of initiatives to fight hate. This includes Holocaust education, the ongoing advocacy work of CIJA, social media advocacy and training, and community mobilization, through the rallies and other events thousands of community members have used to make their voices heard.
Your gift to UJA’s Annual Campaign supports critical mental health supports for community members–including the work of UJA-funded social services agencies, and ongoing work to train frontline community workers to spot signs of mental distress and connect people with the help they need.
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