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Crisis in Ukraine: News and Resources

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We’ve worked in Ukraine for decades – but today, the need is different.

The estimated 200,000 Jews living in Ukraine have been profoundly affected by
the political and economic instability that has wracked the country.
Thousands are trapped in conflict zones in the east. Thousands more have fled the
fighting. Federation has allocated over $40 million to our partner agencies on the
ground. But the urgent need continues.

100% of your donation will go to help our Ukranian neighbors.

Here’s where the money will go

  • Aliyah and community security
    To protect those who leave or stay
  • Maintaining critical welfare services
    For those we support day in and day out
  • Assisting internally displaced people in multiple locations
    Aiding Jews in need in 1,000 locations across Ukraine
  • Stockpiling for goods
    Across more than 1000 locations
  • Launching an Aliyah Helpline
    For those who need expedited support
  • Securing temporary housing
    For people in transit, escaping the conflict zones
  • Purchasing satellite phones
    To maintain communications across the region
  • Securing five Jewish schools
    And training staff to manage crisis needs

Donate Today!

Ukraine Update
May 4, 2022

In the News:
JFNA launch a first-of-its-kind central volunteer hub in support of refugees fleeing Ukraine
From The Jerusalem Post, April 4, 2022

In the News:
A strategic approach to the Ukraine emergency
From The Times of Israel, March 28, 2022

In the News:
Post-Biden announcement, American Jewish community lays groundwork for Ukrainian refugee absorption
From JNS (Jewish News Syndicate), March 25, 2022

In the News:
Jewish groups praise US decision to take in refugees, seek more info
From The Times of Israel, March 24, 2022

In the News:
At 15, you can grow up’: Refugee stories of anguish and hope at the Ukrainian border
From The Forward, March 23, 2022

In the News:
Vikings owner Mark Wilf went to the Poland-Ukraine border to help refugees – here’s what he saw
From CNBC, March 22, 2022

In the News:
Jewish Federations’ Mark Wilf reflects on mission to Poland-Ukraine border to assist refugees
From JNS (Jewish News Syndicate), March 21, 2022

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