Hear the stories of Jewish community members and learn why we are rallying for recovery.

When UJA mobilized volunteers to help our most marginalized community members during the pandemic, Sheri and Martine Becker answered the call—and discovered the growing crisis of food insecurity in Jewish Toronto.

Nothing prepared Tali Bogler for the wave of antisemitism Jewish community members encountered online in the wake of May's Israel-Hamas conflict. Learn more about the hate we face today and how UJA is fighting back.

Parents and children at Kayla's Children Centre needed emergency support to make sure these extraordinary young people continued to receive the help they need. As the needs of these families continue to evolve, learn how your gift through UJA is here to help.

When Sasha Litvin needed help overcoming drug addiction for the sake of her newborn child, she turned to a UJA-funded Jewish human service agency—like thousands of community members in the pandemic.