Caring for People in Need


We help older adults lead vital lives and stay independent and active as long as possible.
Millions of older adults living in New York, in Israel, and around the world have pressing needs. We give seniors access to best-in-class care, including mental health services, affordable housing, home-delivered kosher meals, advocacy, and companionship.
As their needs increase, our skilled nursing facilities provide various residential options that still feel like home. And when older adults approach the end of their lives, we offer pastoral and hospice care and bereavement services. We’re also deeply committed to meeting the needs of Holocaust survivors whose early trauma exacerbates the challenges of old age.
We made a promise to never abandon and never forget. And we will always honor that promise. 


At the height of the pandemic, older adults were homebound, unable to attend JCCs and senior centers that served them meals. UJA’s partners quickly pivoted to deliver meals to seniors safely at home. Mental health support, friendly phone calls, and virtual programming helped alleviate the loneliness. And when vaccines became available, we helped seniors access hard-to-come-by appointments. After more than a year of lost time, seniors are now getting their lives back.

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Keeping Older
Adults Active



Our Impact

  • 1.3 million meals provided to seniors worldwide.

  • $7.3 million dedicated to meet the needs of Holocaust survivors in New York, Israel, and around the world.

  • 106,300 seniors participate in social, recreational, and wellness programs globally.

  • 22.8 million hours of home care provided to seniors and Holocaust survivors in the former Soviet Union.

  • 78,200 seniors and Holocaust survivors in the former Soviet Union receive services.

  • 49,400 seniors receive homecare services around the world.

  • 44,100 seniors receive friendly visits.

  • 2,900 seniors receive transportation assistance.

Seniors Get Plugged In

We’re investing in tech projects so seniors have new ways to connect to community. A new online hub of virtual events. A tech helpline for the 60+ crowd. And in-home interactive older adult programs through TVs. 

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