Israel Emergency

Please consider a gift to the Israel Emergency Fund. We have identified the following urgent priority needs requiring our immediate collective assistance: 

  • Food and financial assistance
  • Evacuation, Housing, Respite, and Support for Frontline Communities
  • Funds for Victims of Terror
  • Trauma Relief and Psychosocial Care
  • Emergency Medical Services and Healthcare
  • Special Populations
  • Local Efforts and Volunteers

Already, Jewish Federations have allocated over $211 million to nearly 300 organizations providing emergency relief and support in Israel, including the Jewish Agency for Israel, JDC, World ORT, Israel Trauma Coalition, United Hatzalah, Magen David Adom, ZAKA, Barzilai Medical Center, and the Soroka Medical Center.

See Where Your Israel Emergency Fund Donation Goes

See List of Organizations Providing Emergency Relief

March For Israel

Never again. Honor the memories of those who died on October 7 and march against terror. Thank you for joining us in Washington, DC on November 14. Show the world that Americans are committed to defeating terror—together. 

Tuesday, November 14, 2023 | 1 – 3 PM
National Mall, Washington, D.C.

This rally is being organized by the Jewish Federations of North America and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.

Click Here to Watch a Recording of the Livestream

Click Here to View Our Photo Album

Incident Reporting Form

The Milwaukee Jewish Federation, in partnership with The Secure Community Network (SCN), has created an Incident Reporting Form (IRF) to standardize an online form for the public to use to report antisemitism threats, incidents, or suspicious activity related to Jewish organizations, facilities, or community members. 

Once a report is submitted, the information goes directly to the MJF’s Security Director, Ari Friedman.  A copy will also go to the 24-hour duty desk in SCN’s National Jewish Security Operations Command Center, where it is reviewed by intelligence analysts using best practices.  This new reporting capability will allow MJF to fully track the number and kinds of threats to the Jewish Community in Wisconsin.

Click here to submit a report.