Celebrate by giving a gift with UJIA

Our lives are peppered with special moments, shared with those closest to us. Now, you can celebrate or commemorate while changing lives through UJIA, and make your mark on the Jewish story.

Guests at your simchas and events can make a donation instead of buying a gift and we’ve made it really simple for you.

You can also honour the memory of a loved one with a meaningful gift, like new Bar/Bat Mitzvah clothes for a child in the Galil, where 45% of children live below the poverty line.

Please contact Elaine Abrahams if you are interested in finding out more:
020 7424 6435

Here are some ideas for gift opportunities on offer:

Bar / Bat Mitzvah Gifts:

Link your simcha with that of an Ethiopian immigrant child in the Galil, northern Israel:

£1,200 – Full simcha twinning with an Israeli Ethiopian their own age. Find out more about the UJIA Ethiopian Bar/Bat Mitzvah Programme here.
£400 – Tefillin for an Ethiopian Israeli Bar Mitzvah boy, including a course with their father on how to make and tie tefillin
£75 – First ever new celebration clothes and shoes for an Ethiopian Israeli Bar Mitzvah boy or Bat Mitzvah girl for their special day
£20 – A Magen David necklace as a cherished gift for an Israeli Bat Mitzvah girl
£10 – A ‘first siddur’ for an Ethiopian Israeli child in need
£5 – A new kippa for an Ethiopian Israeli child in need
Other Ideas for giving in celebration or remembrance:

You can help UJIA change lives in Israel and the UK through any special occasion, including weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and gifts in memory:

£1,000 – The gift of sending a young Jewish person on an educational trip to Israel who has never been before
£100 – The gift of a day on tour for a bursary applicant in financial need
£50 – Sponsor a Jewish/Israel focused session for Jewish students in a mainstream school.
£18 – Support UJIA’s work in the Galil, improving education and opportunities for vulnerable young people

Everyone that gives a gift to UJIA will receive a Commemorative Certificate of their generosity.