Each and every day, countless Jewish individuals around the world are positively impacted by the work of the Orthodox Union, with its array of religious, youth, social action, educational, public policy and community development services, programs and activities.
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The OU Advocacy Center is the non-partisan public policy arm of the nation’s largest Orthodox Jewish organization‚ representing nearly 1,000 congregations nationwide, and leads the OU’s advocacy efforts in Washington, DC, and state capitals.
Alumni Connections fosters a continuing relationship with thousands of NCSY graduates as they take their place in Jewish life.
An 18-month program built on mentorship-based growth and early-stage funding for Jewish nonprofit entrepreneurs.
Israel Free Spirit, an official trip organizer of Birthright Israel, provides free trips to young adults 18-26 years old from various Jewish backgrounds.
Jewish Action, the quarterly magazine publication of the Orthodox Union, serves as a forum for a diversity of legitimate opinions within the spectrum of Orthodox Judaism.
NCSY is the premier organization dedicated to connect, inspire and empower Jewish teens and encourage passionate Judaism through Torah and tradition.
Yachad champions the inclusion of over 5,000 individuals with disabilities in Jewish life.
The Seymour J. Abrams Jerusalem World Center provides a warm, embracing environment, spiritual inspiration, and a familiar social framework for Anglo olim.
OU Kosher provides kosher certification for over 1 million products in more than 8,500 plants worldwide.
OU Press publishes books of Jewish thought and prayer that educate, inspire, enrich and enlighten.
The OU West Coast Region office serves all the communities in the West Coast region, from Vancouver to San Diego and as east as Denver, CO.
On 23 college campuses, the OU's Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus (OU-JLIC) program involves thousands of Jewish students in Torah learning and Jewish life.
The Teach Advocacy Network is dedicated to securing government support to ensure that Jewish schools are safe and fairly funded.
The OU's Synagogue Network includes more than 400 synagogues across North America and provides them with the necessary resources to run their synagogue more efficiently.
The Women’s Initiative aims to create and promote women’s programming in the areas of Torah study, community leadership, spiritual, personal and professional growth, health and social well-being for women of all ages.
These are only the headlines—please browse our site to discover all the ways in which the Orthodox Union, the world's largest Jewish resource, enhances Jewish life.