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How to Help

Explore the many ways you can make a difference and help change lives.
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Provide life-changing and life-saving action to people in crisis around the world. Give today, and help people survive the consequences of conflict and disaster.

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Challenge Events

Give yourself a huge sense of achievement and make a monumental difference to the lives of people in crisis with the money you raise. Join one of our exciting challenge events and help change lives.

Challenge Events
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Donate to Celebrate

Celebrating a birthday, bar mitzvah, wedding or special occasion? Why not ask your friends to donate to World Jewish Relief and make a real difference to the lives of people in need.

Donate to Celebrate
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Leave a Gift in your Will

No matter the size, leave a gift to us in your will and help future generations survive the consequences of conflict and disaster. Together, we can take life-saving action.

Leave a Gift

Create a Fundraiser

We receive 100% of the funds raised, and the full 25% of gift aid, when you make your charity page on our website. Your support will have an even greater impact. Set up your fundraising page below.

Create a Fundraiser

Winter Appeal

Your donation will help World Jewish Relief deliver our vital Home Repairs programme in Ukraine, and ensure that people like Hanna survive the freezing conditions and keep warm this winter.

Major Giving

If you would like to make a significant personal donation, or provide a grant through a charitable Trust or Foundation, your support will help World Jewish Relief provide life-saving and life-changing action.

Where Your Money Goes

For every £1 we receive from a donation, 86p is spent on our life-changing projects supporting older Jewish people and those escaping poverty or facing humanitarian crisis.