Our reach spans 70 countries around the globe. We may be the world’s largest local philanthropy, but our impact is global. From our early history providing relief for European Jewry to our crisis work in Ukraine, we go far (literally).

We’re caring for Holocaust survivors and other Jews in need, enabling aliyah for those who choose it, and shaping a new generation of Jewish leaders equipped to fight antisemitism and carry their communities forward. And with thanks to longstanding support to our overseas partners and on-the-ground grantees, we have the infrastructure in place to respond to crises whenever and wherever they occur.


Since day one of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, UJA and our partners have been on the ground responding to emergency needs. 

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Ukrainian Refugees

In the early weeks of the war, our support helped the massive influx of refugees.


Our Impact

  • 1.45 million meals provided to seniors worldwide.

  • 96,900 people received employment services globally.

  • More than 70,400 teens and young adults participate in Jewish-based leadership programs and youth groups around the world.

  • More than 58,000 campers around the world attend Jewish summer camps.

  • More than $7.6 million dedicated to meeting the needs of the last generation of Holocaust survivors in the United States, in Israel, and around the world.