Our work in action: See what happened when UJA arranged a pop-up vaccine site for Russian-speaking Holocaust survivors in Brooklyn.
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Now is the moment to come together to lift up New York. The moment to go all out to get our city and our community back on its feet.
We're feeding families and helping them find employment. Making sure no one feels alone in their anxiety or grief. Helping the most vulnerable access vaccines. And sustaining our treasured institutions — JCCs, synagogues, camps, day schools — so they can continue to be there for us.
We’re not just recovering. We’re building an even stronger, more resilient, more connected Jewish community.
Join us — we can’t do it without you. Volunteer. Donate. Advocate. Let’s move upward.
Covid-19’s collateral damage has left painful scars and new challenges: Rampant unemployment and food insecurity. Widespread mental health needs. Jewish institutions struggling to stay afloat. Vulnerable New Yorkers struggling to access the vaccine. We’re positioned to offer strategic solutions to all these issues and more.
We'll be there with and for our community, every step of the way.
Your support means we’re not going back — we’re moving upward.Learn How
We're working to give New Yorkers a boost and get the resources they need to navigate the vaccine process. We're also helping with access, education, transportation, and other services.Learn More
At a time when demand for social services is higher than ever, UJA is poised to meet it. Our flagship Jack and Shirley Silver Hub is a state-of-the art, one-stop social service center — offering food choices with dignity, career counseling, financial and legal services, and mental health support. We’re also opening satellite neighborhood hubs to help increase our reach and multiply our impact. We’re meeting people where they are, with personalized support that can lift up lives.Learn More