When natural disasters or other calamities strike, we are the Jewish hands who help communities of all backgrounds and faiths rebuild. We’re on the ground from the very beginning, and we stay long after it’s over to make sure those communities get back on their feet. We also bring our expertise to slow-moving crises, like endemic poverty, food insecurity, lack of access to healthcare, and the plight of refugees.
We know the importance of promoting resilience and rebuilding the community — not just the roads. That’s why we’re committed to helping people chart a new future, rebuild a sustainable local economy, and prepare to weather the next storm or crisis.
We do this by deploying the best of Jewish humanitarian interventions and philanthropy; Israeli tech innovation; expertise in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals; and partnerships with Jewish communities from South Africa to Morocco on social action initiatives that are lifting lives every day.
We lead a Jewish response to global humanitarian needs, doing our part to make the world a better place for all humanity.