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Our Network of Agencies

Our Network of Agencies

Our Network of Agencies

Narrated by social workers from Met Council on Jewish Poverty and the Samuel Field Y, this video illustrates how two agencies are helping people facing serious challenges, including autism, homelessness, and poverty.

Communal Archives Project
The Milstein Family Communal Archives Project, is a collaborative effort to chronicle the Jewish experience in 20th Century New York City, as reflected in the archives of five UJA-Federation of New York beneficiary agencies: 92nd Street Y, The Educational Alliance, F•E•G•S Health and Human Services System, NYANA (New York Association for New Americans), and Surprise Lake Camp.

UJA-Federation of New York funds a network of nearly 100 beneficiary agencies to help fulfill our mission of caring for our community and inspiring Jewish life.

Through our network of agencies, UJA-Federation offers important programs and services at Jewish summer camps, community centers, human-service organizations, medical and geriatric facilities, educational organizations, college Hillels, and local community councils.

Because of our network of agencies, UJA-Federation can provide a safety net for the unemployed, independence for the aging, a brighter future for kids at risk, and a deeper connection to Jewish life.

Each day, our network of agencies is on the front lines, serving 4.5 million people at nearly 100 beneficiary agencies in New York, in Israel, and in more than 70 other countries around the world.

Wondering if an agency is part of our network? View our network agencies directory. Or find help or a specific service or program by contacting UJA-Federation’s J•1•1 Information & Referral Center at 877. 852.6951 or . J•1•1 resource specialists are available Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with 24-hour voice mail.