The Jewish Federations of North America Representing 151 Jewish Federations and over 300 Network communities, which raise and distribute more than $3 billion annually for social welfare, social services and educational needs.

 

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC): In the Volga Region of the former Soviet Union, JDC provides welfare: hunger relief, winter relief, and medical care for the elderly, and Jewish renewal programs for children, families and the elderly. In Israel, JDC helps the underserved.

Southern New England Consortium (SNEC): A group of 12 Jewish Federations in Connecticut and Massachusetts, working with The Jewish Agency for Israel's Partnership2Gether initiative, work to create a "living bridge" between our Jewish communities and organizations in the Afula-Gilboa region of Israel.


Emunah Sarah Herzog Children's Center - Afula, Israel: A therapeutic residential campus for at-risk youth referred by Israeli child-protective agencies

Beit Singer Residential Center: A therapeutic residential campus for at-risk youth ~ On the website, 
click on ENG at the top left of the page for the English version.


Haifa Rape Crisis Center

Project Kesher is the largest Jewish women's organization in the former Soviet Union, working across nine time zones to transform women's lives through Jewish identity- and community-building and leadership training. Project Kesher also works in Israel.

Birthright Israel offers the gift of a free 10-day educational trip to Israel for Jewish youth between the ages of 18 and 26.

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