ARSJA seeks to build a strong a community with organizations that we believe have positive missions that align with our values and goals. We are ready connect you to these and other organizations. Please be in touch with at americanRSJA@gmail.com
3GNY is an educational non-profit organization founded by grandchildren of Holocaust survivors. As a living link, they preserve the legacies and the lessons of the Holocaust. Their mission is to educate diverse communities about the perils of intolerance and to provide a supportive forum for the descendants of survivors.
Alums for Campus Fairness (ACF) harnesses the unique power of alumni to counter antisemitism, including demonization of Israel and other forms of bigotry at universities. In the face of unprecedented attacks on Jewish and Zionist students, staff and faculty, ACF’s network acts to address acts of antisemitism on campus and ensure that universities remain pillars of truth and academic freedom. ACF members proactively engage with the administration at their alma maters to prevent discrimination, promote open dialogue, and foster respectful debate.
The AMCHA Initiative is a non-profit organization dedicated to investigating, documenting, educating about, and combating antisemitism at institutions of higher education in America.
AMCHA Initiative’s research arm carries out systematic, in-depth research and analysis of antisemitic activity and has developed a comprehensive method for defining, documenting, and analyzing manifestations of antisemitic behavior on campus, as well as the institutional structures that legitimize it and allow it to flourish.
Americans Against Antisemitism was established by former New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind to bring together a broad cross-section of Americans who are prepared to combat growing antisemitism when and where it’s needed most. Through engaging educational content and social media communications, AAA is building its partnership network and volunteer base so that we can continue to mobilize activists on the ground to hotspots of antisemitism throughout the country. It’s only through public pressure that change can be effected, and it’s only through unity that we can generate effective pressure.
The Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) is a non-partisan, global grassroots movement of individuals and organizations, across all religions and faiths, united to combat antisemitism. Their unique platform creates partnerships throughout the world, strategically implementing new and creative solutions to combat the world’s oldest hatred.
End Jew Hatred seeks to empower and liberate Jews from centuries of persecution and discrimination. They demand a world in which Jew hatred is acknowledged to be detestable and unacceptable, just as hatred or violence against any other group: blacks, LGBTQ+ or women. They are a non-partisan civil rights movement focused solely on justice for the Jewish people.
Hadassah, The Women’s Zionist Organization of America, is a volunteer organization that inspires a passion for and commitment to the land, the people, and the future of Israel. Through education, advocacy, and youth development, and its support of medical care and research at Hadassah Medical Organization, Hadassah enhances the health and lives of people in Israel, the United States and worldwide.
Through virtual and local programming, The Israel Forever Foundation bridges the geographical gap, engaging you in enlightening, experiential, and apolitical learning and activism to enhance your connection with Israel and to connect you with others who share that connection in a meaningful way
The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) represents 146 Jewish Federations and over 300 Network communities, which raise and distribute more than $3 billion annually and through planned giving and endowment programs to support social welfare, social services and educational needs. The Federation movement, collectively among the top 10 charities on the continent, protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of tikkun olam (repairing the world), tzedakah (charity and social justice) and Torah (Jewish learning).