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.
The Jewish Agency gives people immigrating to Israel the tools they need to settle into promising new lives.
Because our global Jewish story is strengthened through our individual connections, we empower young people to pass on our culture and traditions.
No one should feel the need to hide their Jewish or pro-Israel identity. We empower young Israelis to help Jewish students feel safe and connected on campuses around the world.
A donor’s journey to champion a way for young Jews to come together in service and tradition to make the world a better place.
“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.
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.
When Nina and her family chose to be Shlichim (Israeli emissaries) for three years, Nina was adamant it be a family decision.
Born in Minsk, Vera, 22, was only four when her parents divorced. Her mother opted to have no further contact with her ex-husband, Vera’s father, who was Jewish.
In June 2019, 22 students celebrated an impressive personal and historic milestone at Neve Midbar-Nitzana, The Jewish Agency’s Youth Village and boarding school catering to Bedouin high schoolers: graduation. These students made up the first-ever graduating class from the Bedouin youth village school