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Jewish Federations’ Israel Emergency Campaign Allocations

Updated: Week of April 8, 2024

Jewish Federations’ Israel Emergency Campaign has now raised more than $806 million system-wide and has allocated more than $410 million to a wide range of humanitarian organizations in Israel.

A report released this week by the Israeli government’s Ministry of Diaspora Affairs found that donations to Israel have exceeded $1.4 billion since October 7, with about half the total raised by the Jewish Federation system. The report also noted that close to 60,000 overseas volunteers have signed up for military service, to perform agricultural work, and to help in delivering assistance both to October 7 victims and to evacuees from the Gaza envelope.

More than 40 Federation communities have long-standing relationships with local communities throughout Israel that have been affected by the conflict, which has helped them guide funds swiftly and effectively on the ground in response to local needs.

Learn more and see a detailed update on allocations here.