The financial generosity of our donors is essential to accomplishing our mission. With your support we can continue to strengthen congregations and represent the values and beliefs of an authentic and dynamic Judaism throughout the world. We thank all of our donors for your contributions to this effort.
Are you considering a donation to USCJ? You’d be investing in:
- Our vision of an authentic and dynamic Judaism that inspires Jews to seek meaning, find connection, and experience wholeness in a world that is complex and ever evolving
- An organization that represents the values and beliefs of a broad geographic population — in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Israel, and beyond
- Your synagogue and nearly 600 others across North America that, together as one network, can accomplish more than any congregation on its own
- The next generation of Jewish leaders being developed through programs such as USY, Nativ, Conservative Yeshiva, and Sulam
As our donors often are passionate about specific areas, we’re glad to provide designated funding opportunities that include:
USY develops Jewish teen’s leadership skills, fosters a sense of belonging to the Jewish People, motivates teens to develop connections to their Jewish identities, and inspires them to make a positive impact on the world while making lasting friendships.
USY Summer Experience
For over 60 years, USY has provided Jewish teens with transformative travel experiences, opening their eyes to new places, different ways of life, and some of the world’s most spectacular sights.
USCJ’s academic gap year program in Israel for future college freshmen is a powerful immersive experience for the Conservative Jewish leaders of tomorrow. Nativ participants are immersed in Israel, exploring the land and enjoying a vibrant Conservative Jewish lifestyle.
USCJ works with congregation leadership by providing guidance at every level, from technical support to visionary leadership training to ensure lifelong learning and vibrant membership.
USCJ’s Sulam programs engage congregation leadership and emerging leaders to ensure they are prepared for the responsibilities and challenges that lay ahead so that their congregations thrive.
Expanding our Reach
USCJ is expanding programing to meet the needs of the many people, especially adults in their 20’s and 30’s, who don’t affiliate with synagogues. Programs and resources will provide these adults with opportunities to find meaning and relevance from Jewish community, wisdom, and tradition by meeting their evolving needs and interests.
Again, thank you for your partnership and generous support.