THE ONE JEWISH PEOPLE PROJECT
The One Jewish People Project brings together Jews from around the world and across the entire span of Jewish expression in a show of strength and friendship.
The goal of the project is to actualize the much spoken about desire and need for more unity among Jews through experiential activities that produce more consideration, tolerance, respect and integrity of one Jew for another.
Throughout the international Jewish community acts of kindness, charity and brotherly love, will be encouraged and publicized in an effort to demonstrate the timeless unity of the Jewish nation.
Participants from across the political and religious spectrum will put aside their personal views to demonstrate that the ties that bind us are stronger than our differences.
What your donation will do for The One Jewish People:
In addition to the tireless effort The One Jewish People Project does to promote unity among its brethren, we are currently taking steps to actualize these worthy goals by initiating special unity projects with leading organizations such as PTACH, Ezer Mizion, Yad Sarah, IDFWO and more.
Special unity projects are in the works for the upcoming year, and they include:
- A special event for the widows and orphans of fallen IDF soldiers.
- A lone soldier project offered to those who leave their home country to protect us in Israel.
- A dialogue project bringing Jews together from across the political and religious spectrum to find common ground and foster the ties that bind us as a people.
In addition to the initiatives listed above, we have already identified many other worthy organizations eligible for collaboration with us in the future.
Thank you for your support.
Celebratory Launch Day
To kick-start The One Jewish People Project, we are declaring May 13th 2018 “One Jewish People Day.” On that day Jews around the world will perform acts of kindness (chesed) in a communal effort to make the world a better place through Jewish unity.
The One Jewish People Day brings together Jews from around the world and across the entire span of Jewish expression in a show of strength and friendship. Throughout the international Jewish community acts of kindness, charity and brotherly love will demonstrate the timeless unity of the Jewish nation.
No political or religious agenda spurs this day. Participants from across the political and religious spectrum will put aside their differences to demonstrate that the ties that bind us are always stronger than our differences.
To date, over 100 major international Jewish organizations have endorsed the important work of The One Jewish People Project.
Endorsement from leading Jewish organizations include:
World Zionist Organization, Jewish Agency, NJOP, Shabbat Project, Bar-Ilan University, Olympic Committee of Israel, AJC Global, Jewish Federations of North America, Conference of Presidents, Union of Reform, Orthodox Union, Rabbinical Assembly (Conservative), WIZO, Our Crowd, Chai Lifeline, Yad Sarah, United Hatzalah, B’nai Brith, Ezer Mitzion, Chabad- worldwide, Jewish National Fund, ORT International, AEPi, Maccabi- USA, ZOA, American Israel Friendship League, Aish Hatorah, Mercaz-USA, Sharei Zedek Hospital, Yad Eliezer, Nefesh b’Nefesh, Birthright, Areyvut, Magen David Adom, D’orayta, Brovenders , Torah in Motion, Lev Malka, Shalva, MASA, Yeshivas- Lakewood, Merkaz Hatorah, Bais Yisrael, Breslov, Sharfmans, Boston Rebbe and affiliates, Imrei Bina, Rav Asher Weiss, Jerusalem Kollel, Im Tirtzu, Lubicom, Yad Ezra, PUAH, Heritage Retreats, Boys Town, Yemima Mizrachi, Women in Green, LIBI, Aderet HaTorah, Land of Israel, One Israel Fund, World Mizrachi Movement, Choshen Mishpat, Neve Yerushalyim, Machon Daniel, PTACH, MAKOR, TEMURA, Kav L’Noar, Siyach Shiff, Truth for Israel, Israel Cancer Assosiation, Regavim, Fathers Connect, LBY, Camp Machanayim, Passaic Torah Institute, IDC-Herzliya, STEP, Keren Malki, American Physicians Fellowship, Tzohar, Ohr Stone, American Friends of Likud, Zaka, RCA, Israel Project, J Values, Panim el Panim, Consortium of Jewish Day Schools, Shavei, Mandell Foundation, Shabbat.org, Panim, Herzog Hospital, Ayelet Hashakar, Machon Ramchal, Miklala, NCSEJ, Salant Foundation, United with Israel, World Union of Progressive Judaism, AFSI, Shurit Hadin, Meir Panim, Partners in Torah, TheWholeFamily.com, Bnai Zion Foundation, Project Kesher – Belarus, Russia and Ukraine, International Young Israel Movement (IYIM) – Israel region, Hillel – Israel, Alyn Hospital, BeAMench, Achuzat Kever, Jeff Seidel Student Center, Torahlinks, World Herut, Yad L’achim, Jewish International Connection of New York, Mothers with Meaning, BL-Girls Town, Yazamiot-Israel, Olami, Nishmas Kedoshim, We Believe in Israel, Machon Ahavat Emet, Israel Rising, Loving Classroom, Women for Women, Kesher Yehudi, Am Yisrael Foundation, Masorti Foundation, WUJS, AICE – American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, DATA – The Dallas Community Kollel, Fifth Avenue Synagogue, Lev Lalev, Ohr Somayach – Monsey, NCYI – National Council of Young Israel, Hillel International, The Shul of Bal Harbor, FCJerusalem, One Family Fund