Supported projects

These are some of the projects, organizations and communities you have supported with your participation in our events:

Abayudaya College Scholarship

Abayudaya College Scholarship, which has raised and administered funds to send more than 40 students to colleges and universities in Uganda since 2001.

American Sephardi Federation

American Sephardi Federation preserves and promotes the history, traditions, and rich mosaic culture of Greater Sephardic communities as an integral part of the Jewish experience.

Association of Ethiopian Jews (AEJ)

Association of Ethiopian Jews (AEJ) is Israel's premier Ethiopian Israeli-led organization, advocating for an equal and just society. Founded in 1993, IAEJ advances equitable policies to close gaps, change prevailing attitudes and improve the quality of life of Israelis of Ethiopian descent on every level.

Aviv for Holocaust Survivors

"Aviv for Holocaust Survivors" is a non-profit organization established in 2007 for the purpose of ensuring the full realization by Holocaust Survivors of their rights. Of the estimated 200,000 elderly survivors living in Israel today, approximately one- quarter are living in poverty. Thousands of them do not take advantage of all their rights, whether granted to them by law or under various programs.

Barbados Jewish Cemetery

The upkeep and maintenance of the Barbados Jewish Cemetery

Bendigamos community, Amsterdam

Bendigamos is a warm and welcoming community, and one of the few left in the world living according to the Spanish & Portuguese Sephardic traditions. Bendigamos is working hard to revive an almost extinct community, so that its rich and beautiful heritage can flourish again.

Beth Shalom Synagogue, Cuba

Beth Shalom Synagogue, Havana, Cuba is the Jewish Community Center of the island through which the aid can be distributed to all the members of the Jewish community of Cuba.

The Bulgarian translation of Saul Mezan's book Les Juifs espagnols en Bulgarie (The Spanish Jews in Bulgaria)

The Bulgarian translation of Saul Mezan's book Les Juifs espagnols en Bulgarie, (Sofia, 1925) which until recently was only availabe in French.

Cadena, Mexico

Cadena, is a non-profit organization of Jewish Mexican youths dedicated to the prevention and assistance during emergencies and natural disasters. Their efficiency and transparency have taken them all over the world.

Canadian Feed the Children

Canadian Feed the Children is an organization seeking to create long-term, sustainable food security and access to education, and build community capacity for sustainable development in Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda, Bolivia and in Indigenous communities in Canada.

Cape Verde Jewish Heritage Project

The Cape Verde Jewish Heritage Project (CVJHP) aims to honor the memory of the Sephardic Jews who immigrated to Cape Verde in the 19th century and document their contributions to Cape Verdean history and culture.

Confederation of Jewish Communities of Colombia

The Confederation of Jewish Communities of Colombia is the umbrella organization of all the communities and Jewish institutions in Colombia.

Czech Union of Jewish Students

The Czech Union of Jewish Students in Prague 


Diarna (דיארנא ديارنا "Our homes" in Judeo-Arabic): The Geo-Museum of North African and Middle Eastern Jewish Life, working to digitally preserve the physical remnants of Jewish history throughout the region.

Elias Meyer Free School and Talmud Torah

Elias Meyer Free School and Talmud Torah in Kolkata, India.

Exilophone, France

Exilophone, an NGO dedicated to the integration of refugees in France through arts and music. They organize music workshops, concerts and festivals that connect refugees with locals and help building bridges between different communities (Jewish, Muslims, Christians and others).

Foundation of Ours

Foundation of Ours supports Jewish expression in the Kurdistan Region, and provides platforms for reconciliation and coexistence between all communities.

Friends of Yajad-Venezuela

Friends of Yajad-Venezuela incorporates all Social Welfare Institutions part of the Venezuelan Jewish Community.

The Genealogy Department of the JHI, Warsaw

The Genealogy Department of the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw,  has been researching for more than 20 years the histories of Jewish families from Poland.

Haver Foundation in Hungary

Haver Foundation is a non-profit Jewish community organization working in the field of informal education. In cooperation with high schools and universities, as well as other public institutions and NGOs, Haver strives to tackle prejudice, anti-Semitism and intolerance present in today's Hungary.

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) works around the world to protect refugees who have been forced to flee their homelands because of who they are, including ethnic, religious, and sexual minorities.

Helsinki Jewish Community, Finland

The Helsinki Jewish Community, for the improvement of the security of its premises.

Irish-Jewish Museum, Dublin

The Irish-Jewish Museum, one of the cultural hubs of the Irish-Jewish community today. It also preserves the memory of a small but important community that shaped Irish life during the early 20th century.

IRSSS, Canada

Indian Residential School Survivors Society (IRSSS), an organization with a 20-year history of providing services to Native Canadian Residential School Survivors, their families, and to those dealing with inter-generational traumas. 

The Jewish Community of Athens

Fund for the needy of the Jewish Community of Athens.

The Jewish community of Split, Croatia

The Jewish community of Split, Croatia

Jewish Cultural Center Belgrade, Serbia

The Jewish Cultural Center Oneg Sabat serves a cultural and spiritual center for the Jewish Community of Belgrade, as well as for the wider public. 

Jewish Family Center "Adain Lo"

Jewish Family Center "Adain Lo" located in St. Petersburg, Russia. A unique Family Center which unites over 1,000 families in St. Petersburg. Among the programs there are kindergartens with inclusive education; help to families in need, family camps, travel and more.

The Jewish Language Project

The Jewish Language Project of the Jewish Studies at the "Hebrew Union College". Its mission includes a recent focus on the Jewish Languages of Iran, actively taking steps to prevent the extinction of over a dozen Iranian Jewish languages and with them, the heritage and stories they contain.

JHGC, South Africa

Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre (JHGC), South Africa. The JHGC explores the history of genocide in the 20th century with a focus on the Holocaust and the 1994 genocide in Rwanda.

The Jewish School of Madrid

The Jewish School of Madrid: "Centro de Estudios Ibn Gabirol, Colegio Estrella Toledano", one of the only Jewish schools in Spain for children aged 3 to 18.


JIMENA is an organization founded with the mission to preserve and protect the heritage of Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews.

Kammodan Mocadem Publishing House

"Kammodan Mocadem Publishing House" was established in 2017 to give an open platform for artists, authors & poets of Jewish Indian origin.

Kulanu Kanada

Kulanu Canada, established in 2014 to support and assist Jewish communities that are isolated, new or re-emerging, and to educate Canadians about these communities and the diversity of the Jewish people.

Magen David Adom

Magen David Adom is Israel's national ambulance, blood-services, and disaster-relief organization, as well as Israel's representative to the International Red Cross.

Marom Budapest

Marom Budapest, is a socially active Masorti youth group, which organizes holiday celebrations, events, volunteering, discussions and other programs.

Masbia Soup Kitchen Network

"Masbia Soup Kitchen Network" provides emergency food to people in need due to financial status or because of natural disasters via ready-to-eat nutritious meals and raw groceries, free of charge.

Masorti Congregation ATID Barcelona

Masorti Congregation ATID of Barcelona, is the first egalitarian congregation in Spain since 1992. Their diversity is reflected in a welcoming, respectful, and dynamic atmosphere.

Matan Baseter, Panama

Matan Baseter Foundation in Panama is an organization dedicated to helping the families of the local Jewish Community that are most in need.

The Maureen Kendler Educational Trust

The Maureen Kendler Educational Trust provides bursaries to encourage Jewish women to undertake advanced studies in Judaism so that they can follow Maureen's example and play more active roles in their communities.

The Memorial of Jewish Immigration and Holocaust in Sao Paolo, Brazil

The Memorial of the Jewish Immigration and the Holocaust in São Paulo. was inaugurated in February 2016 in the building of the Kehilat Israel Synagogue, in Bom Retiro. It is the first museum dedicated to Jewish immigration in Brazil to preserve the traditions of the community.

"MEROS" Museum

Bukharian Ethnographic Society and Bukharian Jewish Heritage "MEROS" museum. For several decades, its Executive Director, Mr. Aron Aronov, has transported embroidered garments, kitchen and farm implements, portraits and artifacts, and other examples of traditional Bukharian Jewish culture from his native Uzbekistan to New York, where they are displayed in his museum.

Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center

Michael Levin Lone Soldier Center, is an organization that strives to provide both warm meals and a real community for lone soldiers (IDF soldiers without family in Israel).

Mikve Israel-Emanuel synagogue, Curaçao

The Mikvé Israel-Emanuel synagogue in Curaçao is the oldest synagogue in continuous use in the American continent.

Moishe House

Moishe House is a place where young adults in their 20s come together and create vibrant Jewish communities. There are more than 100 communities in over 25 countries around the world. Each Moishe House community is uniquely shaped by a group of residents who live together and host programs for their peers.

Mosul Eye

Mosul Eye is a news blog (now an association) created and maintained by historian and citizen journalist Omar Mohammed. For more than two years, Mohammed used the blog to report conditions and events in the Iraqi city of Mosul during the occupation of ISIS. During this time, Mosul Eye was an anonymous blog. Mosul Eye is currently working on the recovery of Mosul and the preservation of its history and cultural heritage through supporting and empowering youth and diversity.

MSJE in New Orleans

The Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience explores the many ways that Jews in the American South influenced and were influenced by the distinct cultural heritage of their new homes. Through exhibits, collections, and programs focused on the unique and remarkable history of Southern Jews, the Museum encourages new understanding and appreciation for identity, diversity, and acceptance.

Museum of the Jewish Colonies of Jews in Argentina

The Museum of the Jewish Colonies in Villa Dominguez, Argentina, is dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of the rich material and documental testimony of the Jewish agricultural colonies founded by Baron Maurice de Hirsch through his Jewish Colonization Association in the Argentinian province of Entre Ríos, in which thousands of Russian Jews settled between the late XIX and early XX centuries.

Museum of Turkish Jews, Istanbul

Museum of Turkish Jews (officially Quincentennial Foundation Museum of Turkish Jews).

Ohel Jacob Synagogue, Lisbon

Ohel Jacob Synagogue is the only egalitarian congregation in Portugal.

Sephardi Voices

Sephardi Voices is an organization founded with the mission to record and capture the experiences of the Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews from the Middle East, North Africa and Iran who settled in the UK.

Shahar Avakeshka project

"Shahar Avakeshkha שחר אבקשך" project, which aims at preserving the tradition of North African Jewry mainly through keeping alive the tradition of singing Bakkashot (supplications) and Andalusian music in Israel.

Shiur, Berlin

SHIUR is an international Berlin based project that brings together, both in real life and digitally, a diverse group of academics, diplomats, artists, scientists, professionals, students and others to explore culture, theory, Jewish spirituality and other content through a critical lens.

Somej Nophlim, Portugal

Somej Nophlim - Jewish Charity Association of Portugal. This association was created in 1866 and has helped several Jews and non-Jews to stay out of poverty, especially during WWII.

Suriname Jewish Community

The Suriname Jewish Community has less than 100 full-time members. In order to maintain the two existing synagogues and the three cemeteries, the community desperately needs financial support.

Szeged Synagogue, Hungary

Tarbut Foundation, Romania

Tarbut Foundation, whose goal is to keep alive the memory of the 40,000 Maramures Jews that lived in the region before the Holocaust.

The Together Plan

The Together Plan is a small charity with a big vision - to put Jewish Belarus back on the world map and help isolated Jewish communities find their voice and learn skills for self-development.

Tunis Jewish cemetery

The upkeep of the Jewish cemetery of Tunis

Uruguay Jewish Museum

The Uruguay Jewish Museum is a non-profit community initiative that aims to connect people with the history and culture of Uruguayan Jews.

World Jewish Relief

World Jewish Relief, the British Jewish Community's Humanitarian Agency

Youth club ILAN in Vilnius, Lithuania

Youth club ILAN in Vilnius. Lithuania, is a local Jewish community organization that does a great job bringing Jewish values to the children. of the community.