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It’s official! We’re thrilled to announce Maj. Gen. (Res.) Doron Almog is our incoming Chairman of the Executive and Mark Wilf is our new Chairman of the Board of Governors. We are confident that in their new roles, both Almog and Wilf will inspire the organization to reach even greater heights.
PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT: JREADY Launched by The Jewish Agency in November 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic as a worldwide Jewish Emergency Network, JReady continues to help communities globally deal with challenges, having established itself as a highly effective operational model for crisis response and communal resilience.
The Jewish Agency’s 2021 Impact Report
Learn more about our global activities in 2021 and how our critical work in 65+ countries worldwide continued to make a profound difference, touching the lives of over 1.2 million Jews.
For more than 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 around the world.
For Israeli small business owners David, Sarah and Maria, loans crowdfunded by global lenders through SparkIL are allowing them to think bigger – and making their entrepreneurial dreams come true.
Thanks to generous subsidization from the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, a group of Jewish Atlanta college students were able to volunteer at Project TEN Mexico alongside other young Jews from around the world.
A new Partnership2Gether initiative, P2G Fellows, is sending young American Jews, like Benny and Jasmine, to their hometowns’ paired P2G communities in Israel to serve as emissaries and help Israelis connect with world Jewry.
When the war began, Liudmila fled from Kyiv with her mom and sister to Poland, where The Jewish Agency provided assistance and facilitated their Aliyah. Now, Liudmila is studying at Tel Aviv University and living at The Jewish Agency’s Ulpan Beit Brodetsky.
Our Coronavirus Response and Immediate Needs