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Support Reform Judaism
Support Reform Judaism
"It's not what one says, but rather what one does, that makes all the difference in the world." - Pirke Avot 1:17

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When you invest in the Union for Reform Judaism, you strengthen communities across North America and make a better world possible—one in which all Jewish people can participate and be proud. 

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Your support helps:

  • Approximately 10,000 clergy, lay and professional leaders receive leadership training each year.
  • 28,000 Reform youth engage in our transformative, immersive experiences every year.
  • More than 20,000 advocate from across North America for social justice.
  • Millions connect and learn about Judaism on ReformJudaism.org.

Learn more about how your gift supports our work:

Strengthening Communities

We help congregations stay relevant and innovative, supporting them as they inspire sacred action and expand the ways in which people can live Jewishly. 

Investing in the Jewish Future

We coordinate a network of youth programs across North America and in Israel that promote community, spiritual growth, and lifelong friendships, motivating more young Jews to embrace Jewish living as a path to meaning, purpose, and joy.

Deepening Jewish Learning

We offer learning opportunities that are intentional and immersive, resulting in authentic and meaningful Jewish experiences and transformational leadership development.

Repairing the World

Through advocacy campaigns, service travel, and training for community leaders, we galvanize people throughout North America around dozens of issues to pursue social justice and economic, religious, and civil liberties for all.

Connecting to Israel

We bring Reform Judaism to Israel, and Israel to Reform Judaism through education, travel to Israel, and programming that fosters deep love, reflection, and understanding of the Israeli people and the State of Israel.

Welcoming All

We actively work to engage uninspired and unaffiliated Jews, partnering with our congregations and other Reform Movement institutions to eliminate the barriers that prevent people from finding their place in Jewish life.