Overseas Partner Agencies

Primary Service Providers

The Jewish Agency for Israel

Established in 1929 nearly two decades before Israel's statehood, The Jewish Agency was instrumental in founding and building the State of Israel. Since that time, they helped hundeds of Jews in peril around the world to immigrate to our spiritual homeland, and has provided a wide range of services to help these newcomers settle and acclimate.

Today, in addition to its signaure aliyah work, The Jewish Agency offers assistance to Israeli victims of terror and others in need of aid. It also works to connect Israel, Israelis and the Jewish people worldwide through Jewish renewal programs and shaliach (emissary) efforts.

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

Founded in 1914 on behalf of North America’s Jewish communities, JDC is a non-political humanitarian aid organization that gives global expression to the principle that all Jews are responsible for one another. Working today in more than 70 countries, JDC rescues Jews in danger, provides relief to those in distress, supports the renewal of self-sustaining Jewish community life, and helps Israel's most vulnerable overcome social challenges.

Additional Partner

World ORT

World ORT is the world's largest Jewish education and vocational training non-governmental organization (NGO). Specializing in technology, its Mission is to provide communities — wherever they may be — with skills and knowldge necessary to cope with complexities and uncertainties of their enviornment. World ORT operates in Israel and 37 other countries and helps approximately 300,000 students worldwide.

Shabbaton in Yerucham

Shabbaton in Yerucham

“During Shabbat, we were welcomed with open arms by the amazing community of Yerucham,” offered fellow Onward Israel participant Tal Assaf. “They took extra special care of us from the moment we arrived.”

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Apply Now: Diller Teen Fellow

Apply Now: Diller Teen Fellow

Operated by the Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education (CAJE), a Federation subsidiary, the fellowship welcomes rising 10th and 11th graders interested in growing their leadership skills and connecting with a diverse group of teens from Miami-Dade County.

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World ORT Teaches About 10/7

World ORT Teaches About 10/7

Federation overseas partner World ORT recently hosted a three-part educational series via Zoom for its students, informing them about the war and Israel’s response, as well as the connection between anti-Zionism and antisemitism.

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Register Now for Tech vs. Hate

Register Now for Tech vs. Hate

As the importance of online safety increases and the need to leverage unique technology to mitigate harmful narratives, fueled by propaganda and misinformation, Federation is proud to partner with Tel Aviv University for Tech vs. Hate: Combating Online Antisemitism, which will be held online Wednesday, June 26 at Noon EST.

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