UJIA offers support to other Israel education organisations across the community and across the UK through a unique, tailored package of support that always includes:
Funding so they can carry out their amazing, inspiring work.
Educational expertise to help them bring the best content and cutting-edge educational methodologies into what they do.
Impact evaluation to give them the tools to prove and improve the impact of their work.
UJIA has been at the heart of the informal Jewish education and Israel Engagement provision for our community for decades, and through our partners, we reach over 10,000 young Jews every year.
Our grant-making is an important element of our overall strategy. Every year, UJIA gives a total of over £1m in grants to our partners.
Our major partners are:
The Youth Movements
The Union of Jewish Students (UJS)
The Jewish Agency for Israel
JFS, JCoSS, Yavneh College, King David High School (Manchester), Brodetsky Primary School (Leeds) and Calderwood Lodge (Glasgow)
Makor and The Zone in Leeds
March of the Living UK
FZY’s Diller Teen Fellowship programme
Reshet (instigated by UJIA and the JLC, and based at the UJIA offices in London)