Partnership with the Joint

Since 1914, the Joint has been active in 70 countries, providing a safety net for Jews in distress, strengthening and building Jewish communities, and supplying relief and rescue services in times of crisis and disaster.

In Israel, the JDC operates as a center for social research and development (R&D) in strategic cooperation with the national government, municipalities and local authorities, the non-profit and business sectors, as well as other partners, to shape the socioeconomic future of Israel together.

Since its inception, the organization has invested more than NIS 10 billion ($3 billion) to help meet the social and humanitarian needs of Israeli society. Joint Israel reflects the commitment of Diaspora Jewry to participate in the efforts of the people of Israel to build a strong society.

Our Advantages

  • Decades of experience in initiating social change on the national level
  • Expertise in promoting strategic collaboration with the Government of Israel, municipalities and local authorities, the non-profit and business sectors, and philanthropists
  • Ability to develop sustainable social solutions based on professional research and analysis
  • Extensive global activity in 70 countries with hundreds of local and international partners

Strategic Partnerships

Government of Israel

Government of Israel

Since the establishment of the state, the Joint has maintained a strategic partnership with the Israeli government to address the needs of Israeli society. This cooperation helps develop solutions for the most pressing national challenges and strengthens public and social services in Israel.

Business Partners

Business Partners

The business sector is an important player in creating social change. Its collaboration with the Joint leverages both impact investing and the financial return of businesses in order to generate social capital.

Philanthropic Partners

Philanthropic Partners

The partnership between the Joint and philanthropists develops impact investment to promote social change across Israel. This facilitates connectivity and networking among philanthropists from Israel and abroad.

Municipalities and Local Authorities

Municipalities and Local Authorities

The Joint’s partnership with municipalities and local authorities caters to the needs and development of various regions and their communities.

Civil Society

Civil Society

The Joint's plan of action weaves community organizations into the fabric of its social solutions. This partnership reflects the growing role these groups play in drawing the map of public and social services today.

International Organizations

International Organizations

The Joint is the largest Jewish humanitarian organization in the world, operating in 70 countries. Its activities cultivate ties among international organizations, yielding social capital worldwide.

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Taly Amir, Director of Israeli Philanthropy and Corporations

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