As the coronavirus crisis has unfolded, UJA and our network of nonprofits have been responding to drastically mounting and evolving needs. We’ve allocated more than $46 million to date to meet needs across the New York region and Israel. Our initial focus was on making sure the most vulnerable got the indispensable support they desperately need. We're also helping sustain the human service agencies and Jewish institutions that are the heart and soul of our community.

Our impact includes:

This may be a challenge unlike any we’ve faced before, but UJA was built for this moment. We’re working around the clock with our diverse and interconnected network to help all those counting on us.

We also know that this is a crisis that has hit painfully close to home for so many of us. For anyone who is coping with illness or loss, our hearts go out to you.

 

Helpful resources for individuals and nonprofits can be found here.

Follow news coverage of UJA’s work here.

Please continue to check in. We will keep this page updated as information becomes available.

 

UJA-FEDERATION'S $2 MILLION MATCHING FUND

Be part of UJA’s $2 MILLION MATCHING FUND, thanks to a $1 million grant from Jane and Daniel Och, and an additional $1 million grant from an anonymous couple.

Every gift up to $5,000 to support UJA’s work during these critical days will be matched dollar for dollar, up to two million dollars.