Join Jewish Giving Day. July 10, 2017.

Join Jewish Giving Day. July 10, 2017.

Join Jewish Giving Day. July 10, 2017.

Join Jewish Giving Day. July 10, 2017.

Jewish Giving Day. July 10, 2017.

Get ready for Global Jewish Giving Day - a day where Jews everywhere give back to their communities.

Organize your friends to do a food drive. Get your summer camp into the local neighbourhood to pick up trash. Raise funds for a non-profit organization at home or in Israel. There are as many ways to give Jewishly as there are Jews.

Sign up today for Jewish Giving Day. You can register as an individual, or as a non-profit organization. By signing up, you'll receive JGD marketing and fundraising materials, learn about different media opportunities, and be eligible for over $10,000 in prizes and matching grants. You'll also be able to upload your activity or campaign, which will appear on the website.

Some ways to give on Jewish Giving Day

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What you can promote on JGD



Encourage your community to come out together and do some great work. Come as Jews, come as a community.



Use Jewish Giving Day to raise funds for your organization or cause. Use our platform or your own to drive your supporters to join Jews worldwide in this global day of Jewish giving.

Why Jewish Giving Day?

Pride It's an opportunity to take pride - in being Jewish, in your community. Stand up and be counted.
Community It's a chance to get out and work together as a community. To see the faces, young and old, of your Jewish community.
Next Generation Online campaigns are a great way to connect to younger Jews - in summer camps, day schools, and colleges.
Funding People love giving days. Jewish Giving Day is a great way to get people to give!
Worldwide Connect to Jews in America, Israel, and around the world in the first campaign that unites Jews everywhere in giving.
Open to anyone Anyone can take part in Jewish Giving Day. Organizations, individuals, orthodox, reform, secular. If you feel a part of the Jewish community, you're part of Jewish Giving Day.

This day in Jewish History

On the evening of Jewish Giving Day starts the Fast of Tamuz, which opens a 3-week period of mourning for some of the most tragic events in Jewish history, including the destruction of the First and Second Temples.

But in the Torah, the prophet Zechariah tells us to use the period not just for mourning what we've lost, but as a source of inspiration to become better people, better citizens, better Jews. "Love truth and peace", he writes, and the day of fast "will become joyful and glad occasions and happy festivals."

Jewish Giving Day is an opportunity to honor what we've lost, by helping to build a better world.

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