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What You Can Do

There are many things you can do to demonstrate your support for Israel at this time of crisis. Here are some suggestions.

  • Donate to the Israel Emergency Fund
  • Include prayers for Israel in your worship.
  • Learn more about the issue - talk to your Rabbis, Educators, Parents, Youth Advisors. Ask questions!
  • Attend a rally for Israel.
  • Post a “We Stand With Israel” lawn sign and proudly fly an Israeli flag at your congregation.
  • Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper.
  • Show your support of Israel on Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
  • Send legislative alerts to Congress from the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism.
  • Read updates on the Reform Judaism Israel Blog and post your comments.
  • Check out the Jewish Education Center of Cleveland's resource called “Responding to Crisis.”

Israel Resource Guide

These resources below provide you with ways to keep up on the news from the Mideast, take action, support Israel and make donations for emergency relief, join rallies in support of Israel, and offer prayers for peace in the region.


Check out these organizations on a daily basis to get updated resources and information on how you and your TYG can help our friends and family in Israel:


Have your TYG and Congregation contact the President and the Secretary of State of the United States or the Prime Minister of Canada, as well as your Congressional Representatives/Senators or Parliamentary Representatives to:

  1. Voice your support for Israel.
  2. Ask that your government continue to support Israel.

President Barack H. Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Prime Minister Stephen Harper
80 Wellington St.
Ottawa, Canada K1A 0A2

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
U.S. Department of State
Washington, DC 20520
Department of State Switchboard: 202-647-4000


Check the news online daily to get the updated information:

Updates from the Israel Blog

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