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Crisis in Israel: Resources to Support Yourself and Others

Last updated: 11/21/23

Upcoming Community Events
Actions Not Only Words: Philanthropy and Relationships

Monday, December 4, 1:00 pm

Shira Ruderman and Rabbi David Barak-Gorodetsky, Ph.D., will discuss how the current war reflects the relationship between communities in Israel and North America, including how the world of philanthropy is so much more than dollars, who has stepped up, how that will affect the future, and how the war and growing antisemitism in North America are influencing philanthropy. This conversation is part of a new initiative between the JCC Association of North America and Israel’s Ministry of Diaspora Affairs and Combating Antisemitism.



War on Campus: About Academics, Legitimacy, and War

Wednesday, December 20, 1:00 pm

Dr. Einat Wilf and Dr. Shany Mor will examine the current tensions on college campuses, how we can support our college students, and how this climate may affect the college choices of young people in the coming years. This conversation is part of a new initiative between JCC Association of North America and Israel’s Ministry of Diaspora Affairs and Combating Antisemitism.


A Brief History of Gaza, Hamas, and the Events of October 7

Tuesday, December 5; 8:00 pm (virtual)

The Leffell School will provide the historical context of the war and give adults developmentally appropriate language to explain the evolving situation to their children as questions arise. This event is geared toward families with children in preschools, public schools, or independent schools



Wednesday, December 20 @ 7:00 pm8:30 pm

Israel at War: A Pivotal Moment

Avi Melamed, Israeli intelligence analyst, will lead a special briefing on what led to the October 7 attack on Israel by Hamas and potential outcomes for Israel and the region.…

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An Evening of Music and Light

Thursday, December 7, 7:30 pm

Please join UJA Westchester, Westchester Jewish Council, and The Jewish Agency for Israel at Temple Beth Abraham, 25 Leroy Avenue in Tarrytown, for a musical concert to benefit Israel in her time of need. Candle lighting will be at 7:30 pm, followed by a performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5 and others.  We’ll also discover more about UJA’s critical response to mounting needs on the ground in Israel and ongoing needs in New York and around the world.



Humanitarian Relief Efforts

UJA’s Israel Emergency Relief Fund
UJA’s funds are providing critical medical care, support to displaced communities, mental health services, and more. Donate

Magen David Adom
Magen David Adom’s network of paramedics and first responders have been working around the clock to save lives and treat the injured in Israel. Donations will go towards equipment and essential medical supplies they need to continue their lifesaving response. Donate

Soroka Medical Center
The only major hospital in the Negev region has already treated over 700 patients impacted by, at least 130 of whom are in critical condition. Donate

International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
The ICRC is a neutral, independent, humanitarian organization, the ICRC has been present in Israel and Gaza since 1967 and improves access to essential services like water and electricity. Donate


The Child and Family Institute is providing short-term counseling (1-10 sessions) free of charge for those seeking a safe space to process their thoughts and emotions pertaining to the crisis in Israel and Gaza. To schedule, email [email protected].

Resources for Israelis

B’Yachad Westchester: A resource page for Israelis who have recently moved to the United States

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