Based on policies adopted by the General Assembly, the URJ receives financial support from member congregations in the form of Reform Movement Membership funds. Forty-four percent of these funds help support the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion while the remaining 56% are earmarked for the URJ. Philanthropic funding from individual donors and foundations provides additional financial support to the URJ. Additionally, certain programs run by the URJ – such as our camps and Israel programs – charge fees to their participants, supplemented by scholarships.
Below are our audit reports for the past four years and the budget for current fiscal year.
View the URJ 2015 Annual Report.