(October) Keren Hayesod head office established at the ‘Zionist headquarters’ - 75-77 Great Russell Street WC1.

(December) First manifesto of the Keren Hayesod.
(23rd of March) Keren Hayesod was registered as a British limited company.

(April) The British Section of Keren Hayesod was established.
Keren Hayesod (Palestine Foundation Fund) moves to Jerusalem but the British branch continued.
(November) Formation of a charity: Society of Friends of Jewish Refugees (SFJR) (to help Jewish refugees from Europe settle in Palestine).
Formation of United Palestine Appeal
(21 January) Formation of Joint Palestine Appeal (JPA)
SFJR registered as charity; Move to Rex House.
(10th of July) Formation of new charity Jewish Philanthropic Association for Israel & the Middle East (JPAIME) with slightly wider powers than SFJR following 6 Day War.
JPA changes its name to Joint Israel Appeal (JIA) following Yom Kippur War.
(15th of February) Formation of new charity – Foundation for education (FFE) to make grants for informal education.
(May) Moved to Balfour House.
Jewish Continuity registered.
(16th of December) Joint Jewish Charitable Trust formed.
Foundation for Education formed.
United Jewish Israel Appeal (UJIA) formed following the merger of JIA and Jewish Continuity.
(26th of June) JJCT changes its name to UJIA.
Ben Leon appointed as CEO.
Doug Krikler appointed as CEO.
2007 Mick Davis elected as Chairman.
Moved to Camden Town.
Michael Wegier appointed as CEO; Bill Benjamin elected as Chairman.
Moved to Kentish Town.
Louise Jacobs elected as first woman Chairman.
Mandie Winston appointed as first woman CEO.
As conflict with Hamas sees rockets once again falling on Israeli towns, and violence breaks out in mixed Israeli cities, UJIA provides emergency aid to organisations providing a front-line response, as well as investing in programmes aiming to bring communities together to prevent future rioting.
UJIA takes a leading role, in partnership with the Jewish Agency, in the evacuation of Jews from Ukraine and supporting those who make the journey to Israel to land on their feet.