Take the
#MatzahChallenge
For Ukraine.

If your heart is with Ukraine, here's a simple way to help.

From April 15 - 23, each post uploaded to social media using the hashtag #MatzahChallenge will unlock $18 toward humanitarian aid for Ukraine, thanks to a generous donor*. Post as many times as you’d like and tag your friends to post too. The more you post, the more people we help.

Your post will support the vital work of our partners on the ground, who are working tirelessly to meet the urgent and mounting needs in Ukraine – providing food, shelter, transport, and emergency medical units – as well as refugee relief in neighboring countries.

During this critical moment, your post makes all the difference. So, let’s get posting. And may the people of Ukraine — and its Jewish community — soon taste freedom again.

*Posts will be matched up to $65,000

Join Us

  1. Create
    a tasty treat featuring matzah!
    Think: matzah avocado toast, matzah pizza, etc.

  2. Snap
    a pic or take a video.

  3. Post
    to Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, or Twitter during Passover using the hashtag #MatzahChallenge.

  4. Nominate
    a friend to take the challenge too. And know you've done some good.

Win a free cooking class with the owner of Balaboosta

Enter your name for a chance to win two spots in an intimate cooking class with renowned Israeli Chef Einat Admony — owner of NYC’s Balaboosta and Taim. After Passover, break bread and taste chametz with the best!

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Frequently Asked Questions

The money raised in this campaign will support the critical work of our partners on the ground in and around Ukraine, who are working tirelessly to meet the urgent and mounting humanitarian needs – providing food, shelter, transport, and emergency medical units and other basic supplies – as well as refugee relief in neighboring countries. 100% of proceeds will be going to humanitarian aid.

Support UJA’s Relief Efforts in Ukraine

Right now, we’re mobilizing to ensure that our network of nonprofits
is prepared to respond to evolving needs.