Crisis in Ukraine

The War in Ukraine is a Humanitarian Crisis

Since Russia first invaded Ukraine, an estimated 9.9 million people have been displaced, making this one of the largest humanitarian crises since WWII.

As the war continues, Jewish Federations and our partners continue to work together to ensure that urgent relief reaches those in need, including refugees who have fled as well as those who have remained in Ukraine - millions of whom are displaced.

The needs are urgent and your support is desperately needed. Here are some critical ways you can help:

We Didn’t Spring into Action the Day the War Broke Out

Our partner agencies: the Jewish Agency for Israel, JDC, and World ORT, have been working steadily in Ukraine for generations, allowing us to be on the ground responding to emergency needs since day one of the conflict.

To date, Jewish Federations Have Raised and Allocated $91.6 Million 

  • 507,000

    Received humanitarian aid

  • 130,000

    Received medical care

  • 354

    Tons of clothing distributed

  • 4,000

    Medical and mental healthcare professionals trained

  • 702,000

    Meals distributed

  • 30,121

    Received mental health services

  • 180,000

    Ukrainians helped to find refuge in the US

  • 91,925

    Supported in making Aliyah

The People of Ukraine Still Need Our Help

Without the generosity of people like you, the support we've been able to provide and continue to provide would not be possible. As the needs change and evolve, we continue allocating funds to meet them.