Fundraise for your birthday, a mitzvah project, to honor a loved one, or simply because you want to support your Jewish community.
How You Can Help: Fundraise with friends and family
We need your help to raise funds for your Jewish community. The best way to show your support is to engage your network of friends and family through fundraising. Create a fundraiser or join an existing one to get started.
Step 1: Create a fundraiser
Create a fundraiser or join an existing one to start fundraising. It takes just a few seconds to get going.
Step 2: Share your link
It’s time to promote your fundraiser. Use your fundraiser’s share link to engage friends and family.
Step 3: Track your progress
Keep track of your fundraiser’s progress and see who’s showing support through your dashboard.
Make your mark and inspire others! Get started.
The Need: Why Now?
Whether it’s Holocaust survivors, home-bound seniors, people with disabilities, or those who are struggling through a crisis, Federation and our partner agencies make sure that everyone gets the support they need to ensure our community thrives. We need your help now to combat antisemitism, respond immediately to crises near and far as they happen, invest in our Jewish future, and strengthen security in our community. None of this work would be possible without the generosity of community members who want to help. With donor-backed funds, we can support and strengthen our community together.
To start a fundraiser in support of Federation’s Emergency Fund for Israel click here.
How to promote your fundraiser:
Promote your fundraiser to support our UJA Annual Campaign on any social media platform or messaging app. You’ll have your very own digital fundraising platform to make it simple, easy, and fun to rally support from your network of friends and family. Here are some ideas:
- Celebrate your birthday or mark a special occasion by asking for donations in lieu of gifts.
- Honor a loved one by asking for tributes in recognition of their life and legacy.
PJ Library resources for teaching your kids about tzedakah can be found here.