How we Help

We support the world’s poorest Jewish communities and reach beyond our own. Working with trusted local organisations, we provide a powerful and practical response to poverty in three key areas of work.

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Creating Opportunities

We give people the chance to support their families by helping them to find work, earn an income, become self-reliant and escape poverty.

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Supporting Older People

We support ageing populations who have lived through the Holocaust and communism, meeting their emotional and physical needs.

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Responding to Emergencies

With Britain’s Jewish community behind us, we respond to major disasters, providing emergency relief and longer-term recovery efforts.

Last year, World Jewish Relief supported:

7,086
7,086 people participated in our employment programmes, giving them a better chance to obtain work and break the cycle of poverty.
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We supported 8,061 older people with practical assistance such as food and medicine and helped provide companionship.
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In total, our projects positively impacted over 42,899 individuals across 19 countries.