The Latest Information and Stories on the Crisis in Ukraine

We are so proud to report that as of today, donations to the Ukraine Emergency Fund have reached just over $1.6 million. Your dollars have had tremendous impact. Over 257 Jewish olim (immigrants) fleeing Ukraine arrived in Israel on Sunday, March 6th, in a joint operation led by the Ministry of Aliyah and Integration, The Jewish Agency for Israel, and the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews. Their arrival is made possible by donations from the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA). Please continue to support our brothers and sisters in Ukraine.

Over 375 organizations urged the Biden Administration to support Ukrainian refugees. Jewish Federations sent a letter to the White House, urging President Biden to expedite admissions for Ukrainian refugees with close family ties in the US, so they can wait in the US in safety while their cases are processed. Click here to view the letter.

Jewish Federations have collectively raised $50 million for Ukrainian relief efforts since the fighting began. Click here to see the latest update on the allocations process and decisions. Please read the latest update on the Ukraine crisis, including the ongoing efforts of Jewish Federations and our partners on the ground.

Hundreds of Jews fleeing Ukraine to arrive in Israel next week

Urgent Aliyah: Israel Prepares for Thousands of Ukrainian Immigrants

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‘Incredibly Lucky’ Family Leaves Ukraine Before Travel Restrictions

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Ukrainian Jewish Family Reunites in Hungary

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16 Jews from Ukraine Who Changed the World

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After Two-Day Journey, 14 Ukrainian Jews Make it to Poland

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