A group as diverse as the city itself, we welcome people who live uptown, downtown, east, west, or right in the heart of the island and want to connect with people to make an impact. Questions? Contact us.
Lee Jason Goldberg
CommUnity Outreach and Engagement Chair
Warriors & Veterans Chairs
Israel Affinity welcomes anyone interested in everything Israel.
We’re women who share a city and a desire to do good.
We’re women who want to connect our heritage to our home. Jewish New York at its finest.
We’re trendsetters and creative types who like art, design, travel, and style — and who like to change lives.
We’re moms who enjoy exploring culture — and who like to set a positive example for our kids.
Spanning a variety of industries and experience levels, women link their professional lives with their philanthropic values through customized, high-level programs.
Young Professional Women
We’re up-and-coming leaders who want to further our personal and professional development with peers and senior-level mentors. For women who make a personal gift of $1,000 or more each year.
Women's Executive Circle
We’re professional and philanthropic leaders who support each other professionally, intellectually, and socially. We’re accomplished directors, partners, executives, and entrepreneurs. For women who make a personal or family gift of $6,000 or more each year.
CommUnity offers unique opportunities for members of Manhattan synagogues, from prominent speakers to innovative volunteer projects for groups.
CommUnity Leadership Chair: Erica Schwartz
A safe, inclusive space for people who identify as LGBTQ, who are LGBTQ allies, and who want to strengthen our community and make an impact.
Pride Chair: Lee Jason Goldberg
Tov B’Yachad strengthens the connection between the Orthodox community and UJA by offering meaningful opportunities for involvement throughout our regions, including diverse volunteer projects, unique speakers, and Shabbat programming. It is a place for members of the Orthodox community who want to strengthen their community and its connection to UJA.
Orthodox Young Professionals
We’re Orthodox professionals in our 20s and 30s who want to come together and make an impact.
At the Center for Youth Philanthropy and Leadership (CYPL), we’re teens interested in making the world a better place. We know it’s never too early to make a difference. From becoming bar and bat mitzvah through high school and college, we learn, mentor, grow, and lead through volunteering, foundation board service, and work that challenges and changes how we see the world.
CYPL Chairs: Laurie Blitzer and Michael Lustig
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