Do I need to make a charitable contribution to UJA-Federation of New York to participate in UJA Young Leaders programming?
No, of course not! We’d love to have you be part of our community, regardless of whether or how much you can contribute. The majority of our events and programs welcome anyone who would like to participate. When you register for an event on our website, we’ll always tell you exactly how much a ticket costs.
This all looks great! Where do I start?
Wherever you like! If a particular event sounds appealing to you, feel free to sign up. And if a professional group, leadership program or volunteer project seems interesting, contact the UJA staff member listed.
Every group within UJA Young Leaders is a part of our larger community. For example, if you’re involved in Young Lawyers, you’re already a part of UJA Young Leaders. Even better: we’ll help you find your place and map out your leadership within UJA. Ready to get started?
Can I be involved in more than one group or program at a time?
Yes! You can be involved in many different groups and programs across UJA. We encourage you to take advantage of as many opportunities as you’re interested in.
If I’m not part of the specific industry group within UJA that is hosting an event, can I still go?
Absolutely. And bring your friends!
I’m ready to make a philanthropic contribution to support UJA’s work. How can I do that?
My employer offers a matching gift program. How do I make sure my contribution qualifies?
Is my gift tax-deductible?
Yes! Your UJA gift is tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. UJA-Federation of New York is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 public charity.
How can I better understand UJA-Federation of New York and its work?
Visit our main website, which is right here. You can learn more about what UJA is doing to care for Jews everywhere and New Yorkers of all backgrounds, respond to crises close to home and far away, and shape our Jewish future. You can also join our mailing list, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. If you want to learn even more, contact Mia Weinstein at WeinsteinM@ujafedny.org.