UJIA (United Jewish Israel Appeal)

UJIA (United Jewish Israel Appeal)

Charity information

UJIA (United Jewish Israel Appeal)

UJIA is the largest Israel charity based in the UK. We raise vital funds for the Galil, in the North of Israel. We also invest in education in the UK by funding youth movements and informal education.

Founded 1996

  • Mission statement

    UJIA changes lives by investing in young people in Israel and in our Jewish community. In the under-resourced Galil region in the North of Israel we are creating new educational and employment opportunities through schools, colleges and community projects.

    In the UK we underpin the crucial ladder of Jewish and Israel engagement, by supporting youth movements and organisations, schools and educational programmes in Israel. - See more at: http://www. Ujia. Org/what-we-do/

  • Aims

    UJIA (United Jewish Israel Appeal) aims to:

    • Supporting Israel UJIA is transforming the beautiful but underdeveloped Galil region, investing in education and infrastructure to build a brighter future for the people of Israel.
    • To work in partnership with other organisations to ensure that your donations go further and achieve the greatest impact
    • To promote equal opportunities for Israel’s diverse citizens by supporting projects that build cooexistance.
    • Through our people-to-people programmes and our work with the youth movements and across schools and campuses, UJIA enables young people to connect to their Jewish identity, with Israel at it's heart.
  • Overview

    Established: September 1996

    Registered Charity Number: 1060078

    Board members: 465

    Full time staff: 71

    Volunteers: 100

    Phone number: 020 7424 6444

    Address: 37 Kentish Town Road, London NW1 8NX

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
  • Journeys Beginning

    UJIA runs a means-tested bursary scheme for applicants who cannot meet the full cost of th... More
  • Supporting Young People

    UJIA invests in young people and education in the UK and Israel. UJIA is working on both ... More