UJA's Annual Campaign

Led by the efforts of UJA’s 2023 Annual Campaign Chairs Melissa Muskat and David Granovsky, and the Chair of UJA Women's Philanthropy, Beth Singer, along with our committed and passionate volunteers, UJA’s Annual Campaign strengthens. Jewish life and well-being in Toronto, across Canada, and around the world.


A gift to UJA’s Annual Campaign provides unrestricted funds to meet the urgent, ongoing humanitarian and social service needs of Jews locally and globally, to strengthen our community’s relationship with Israel, to grow Jewish education and identity, and to counter antisemitism. Amid these wide-ranging efforts, we have identified three key priorities in 2023:


  • Our local priority, helping those who need us—supporting community struggling with poverty and its effects, so they can get back on their feet and live dignified lives;
  • Our national priority, countering antisemitism—continuing to move our community from defence to offence in the fight against hate; and,
  • Our global priority, building a better future for the Jews of Eastern Europe—helping them rebuild their lives and communities in the wake of the war in Ukraine.


To learn more about these priorities, we invite you to visit www.JewishToronto.com.


In fiscal year 2021-2022, UJA Federation raised more than $183.5 million in support of vital causes in the Greater Toronto Area, across Canada, in Israel, and around the world.


UJA Federation’s corporate infrastructure and fundraising expenses represent 12 per cent of combined revenues of $186 million, inclusive of Annual Campaign (unrestricted and restricted), special gifts, capital project donations, Jewish Foundation contributions, and sundry revenue. For our complete audited financial statements, visit https://jewishtoronto.com/financials.


**This breakdown reflects UJA’s investments in strategic priorities in fiscal 2022. It includes unrestricted Annual Campaign allocations, as well as investments from supplementary giving and designated gifts. It also includes allocations made in this year from funds raised through the 2020 Emergency Campaign. Given the multi- year impact of the pandemic on our community, emergency funds from 2020 are being strategically allocated on a multi-year basis.

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Partner agencies

UJA partners with the key Jewish agencies to ensure that meaningful, impactful programs rooted in Jewish values are in place to serve the diverse and vibrant Toronto Jewish community.


Day Schools and more than 30 after school programs city-wide, including 24 part-time schools.


Jewish Camps in Canada, Israel and around the world.


Funds raised by UJA support more than 100 organizations, assisting Jews-in-need in Toronto, Israel and across the globe.

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We thank our donors for their continued vision, compassion and generosity.