For 90 years, we've worked to overcome the biggest challenges facing the Jewish people.
We founded and built the State of Israel, and we continue creating links globally—bringing Jews to Israel and Israel to Jews.
When Amit Amar, 24, of Kiryat Tivon, boarded the plane in Israel to head to Camp Yavneh in Northwood, New Hampshire, she had a special companion with her: her dog Shvavi
On a recent trip to South America, Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog brought inspiration to local Jewish communities, and was inspired by their commitment to Israel.
At the annual AIPAC Policy Conference, thousands of Americans showed their support for Israel. The Jewish Agency’s Israeli emissaries were there to return the love.
30,000 immigrants – that’s a lot of people. Here, we introduce you to four of them.
“The moment you help create a resident, a citizen—no matter who he is, he feels a sense of belonging and loyalty and feels committed to his environment." —Jamal Majadele, a teacher at The Jewish Agency's cutting-edge Youth Village in Nitzana.
Thanks to Partnership2Gether—a program of The Jewish Agency—a young Israeli woman had a built-in connection with the city that, years later, would end up her hosting her as Shlicha.
Terror attacks affect us all—but they hurt children most. The Fund for Victims of Terror helps ease this chaos by providing respite camps for kids as a form of therapeutic intervention.
Based in Jerusalem, The Chocolate Forest creates so much more than just sweets—it cultivates an experience. And The Jewish Agency's Loan Funds program was there to help.
Estelle and Johan Goaz grew up in France, but it was the Israel Tech Challenge—and The Jewish Agency for Israel—that brought them together.