Here is a partial list of Jewish charities – we will continue to add and categorize these charities over time. If you have suggestions please post them in the comment box below. MJT is not associated with any of these charities and takes no commission or fee if you make a donation by clicking below.


Chai Lifeline – Since 1987, Chai Lifeline’s mission has been to restore the light of childhood to children whose innocence ended when life-threatening or lifelong illness was diagnosed.
Yad SarahYad Sarah, the largest voluntary organization in Israel, provides a spectrum of free or nominal cost services designed to make life easier for sick, disabled and elderly people and their families.
AFMDA – American Friends of Magen David Adom / ARMDIIn 1940, a dedicated and concerned group of Americans realized the importance of Magen David Adom in Palestine, which was officially chartered and recognized as an emergency lifesaving service as a result of the murderous riots of 1929, when Jewish farming and urban settlements were attacked by the Arab population.
LIBI Fund Israel’s soldiers give the best years of their lives to defend the State of Israel. The Libi Fund provides a way for the public to support them during their period of military service.
FIDF – Friends Of The Israel Defense Forces initiates and helps support social, educational, cultural and recreational programs and facilities for the young men and women soldiers of Israel who defend the Jewish homeland. The FIDF also provides support for widows and orphans of fallen soldiers.
ALEH – Aleh NegevAleh believes that every child, regardless of the severity of the physical or cognitive disability, has the right to benefit from the best available care and develop to his or her fullest potential. Our first home was established in 1982, and today Aleh is Israel’s largest and most advanced network of residential facilities for children with severe disabilities.
JNf – Jewish National FundJewish National Fund is the caretaker of the land of Israel, on behalf of its owners – Jewish people everywhere.
UJC – United Jewish Communities (UJC) represents 155 Jewish Federations and 400 independent communities across North America.
UJA Federation – UJA cares for those in need, strengthens the Jewish people, and inspires a passion for Jewish life and learning.