JUFJers in Annapolis with text overlaid: Give to JUFJ

The Talmud teaches us that reuniting with friends after a long separation is a moment to honor. A moment for Shehecheyanu — the celebratory blessing that offers gratitude for having reached right now. Even in the best of times, it can be hard to remember to be grateful for right now. And yet, there are still so many right nows to be grateful for.

Thank you for joining JUFJ at our Labor Seder and Social Justice Seder for the first time since 2019. Thank you to the amazing volunteer leaders who bring passion and brilliance to the work of making DC and Maryland safer and more equitable for everyone. Thank you to the partners who continue to work with us in deep relationships especially when things get hard.

When our hearts feels heavy with the weight of the suffering and pain across the world and across the street, we are grateful for the opportunity and the honor of rolling up our sleeves and working with others to make real change. Thank you for being part of our shared holy work.

Other Ways to Give

Make a legacy gift to JUFJ

Tzedakah (righteous giving) is part of Jewish life and death. It is not on you to finish the work, but your tzedakah can help keep the work going. We’ve partnered with FreeWill to make it simple to create a will and, if you choose, to also plan your legacy with Jews United for Justice at the same time. Your gift will help us continue to work toward a more just world from generation to generation. Click “Create a will” below to get started.

Have you already included a gift to JUFJ in your will or trust? Click “Tell us about your legacy gift” below so we can thank you for your commitment and count you among our legacy supporters.

You can also support our grassroots organizing in Maryland and DC with a gift of stock or of a vehicle (car, boat, airplane, trailer, freight train, if you can drive it we can take it).