• Supporting the Fabric of Jewish Life

Resources and Links

JEWISH COMMUNITY AND ADVOCACY WEBSITES

The Anti-Defamation League, founded in 1913, is the world's leading organization fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services that counteract hatred, prejudice and bigotry.

American Jewish Congress works to combat all forms of bigotry through the courts and legislation, to protect the freedoms in the Bill of Rights, to safeguard Jewish interests and advance the security of Israel.

AVODAH: the Jewish Service Corps is a year-long program for young Jews who want to work in community-based anti-poverty programs such as literacy campaigns, health clinics and community organizing initiatives while living together in community dedicated to Jewish life, social activism, and the connection between the two.

The Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation.

Jewish War Veterans--gives info regarding Israel, Veterans, congressional laws regarding Israel, prayer in school, etc.

National Council of Jewish Women works to improve the lives of women, children and families through a program of advocacy, education, and community service.

Site of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, includes press releases, a weekly legislative update, outlines of the RAC's position on major issues, information on RAC programs and publications, and more, focusing on issues of social justice and religious liberty. Includes synagogue program bank.

The high school age affiliate of The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, USY brings Jewish teens great friends and exciting programs in your synagogue and around the world...and transforms Jewish leaders for the next generation.

Official Social Action Website for the North America Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY), the youth movement of the American Hebrew Congregations

ORT, founded in 1880, is a global, non-profit organization, meeting the job education and training needs of people around the world.

The Site for the Orthodox Union teen programs.

NA’AMAT USA, a Hebrew acronym for Nashim Ovdot U'Mitnadvot (Hebrew: נשים עובדות ומתנדבות‎), lit. "Working and Volunteering Women."