Israel Emergency Funding Impact

View our most recent Israel Emergency Fund Grants Report.

Funds are providing urgently needed assistance to the people of Israel right now. 

With the support of our donors, our partner organizations have facilitated:

  • 22 tons of medical supplies and humanitarian aid used for emergency medical care 
  • 238,000+ hot meals served to individuals in at-risk communities 
  • Nearly 110,000 volunteers mobilized to fulfill medical and food insecurity needs in Israel 
  • Nearly 2,100 victims have been treated 
  • 20,600 people gained access to safety through updating neglected communal bomb shelters  
  • More than 48,000 food packages delivered, including 2,600 food deliveries made to Holocaust survivors 
  • Over 2,000 caregivers participated in workshops to provide emotional support 
  • Nearly 300 counselors trained to provide emotional support 

Our On-the-Ground Partners 
Our aid benefits every facet of Israeli society including the elderly, young children, people living with disabilities, IDF soldiers, and marginalized populations such as the Ultra-Orthodox and Bedouin communities. 

Israel Trauma Coalition 
Founded in 2001, the Israel Trauma Coalition is the cornerstone in the national treatment of trauma and emergency preparedness in Israel and around the world. An organization that provides leadership and resources before, during, and after a crisis. 

Israel's leading non-governmental humanitarian aid group, IsraAID is supporting vulnerable and displaced Israeli communities at over a dozen locations across the country. This is IsraAID's first large-scale response in Israel, building off two decades of humanitarian experience around the globe.

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) 
For over 100 years, JDC has put the Jewish value of collective responsibility into action when the world needs it most. Today, JDC lifts lives and strengthens communities in 70 countries. 
Jewish Agency for Israel 
The Jewish Agency provides the global framework for Aliyah, ensures global Jewish safety, strengthens Jewish identity and connects Jews to Israel and one another, and conveys the voice of the Jewish People to the State of Israel to help shape its society. 

World ORT 
A global education network that reaches more than 200,000 people a year in more than 30 countries. They provide a combination of high-level science and technology education with strengthened Jewish identity. 

United Hatzalah 
United Hatzalah’s network of more than 7,000 volunteer medics help save thousands of lives each year across Israel by providing medical treatment in an average response time of three minutes or less. 

Magen David Adom 
Israel's national emergency medical, disaster, ambulance and blood bank service.   

Israel’s dominant non-governmental rescue and recovery organization, with over 3,000 volunteers deployed around the country, on call 24/7 to respond to any terror attack, disaster or accident immediately, professionally and with the necessary equipment.  

Barzilai Medical Center 
A 600-bed district general hospital in Ashkelon, Israel opened in 1961. The hospital serves a population of 500,000 and has more than 100,000 admissions annually. 

Soroka Medical Center 
The leading medical center in Israel and the only major hospital in southern Israel. 

The Israel Association for Child Protection 
The only organization in Israel that deals specifically and exclusively with child abuse. The organization works tirelessly to increase awareness of the problem by educating the public at large. 

Leket, the Israel Association of Community Centers  
Leket Israel, the National Food Bank, is the leading food rescue organization in Israel.   

Nefesh B’Nefesh  
A nonprofit organization that promotes, encourages and facilitates aliyah (Jewish immigration to Israel) from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. During the conflict, they are providing Relief for Olim in distress, support for our Lone Soldiers and their families, and recruitment and coordination of volunteer physicians to bolster Israel’s national health care system. 

The Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism  
The organizational branch of Progressive Judaism in Israel, and a member organization of the World Union for Progressive Judaism.