The Movement for Reform Judaism supports individuals, rabbis and synagogues in 42 communities across the UK to meet their spiritual, social and educational needs.
The Board of Deputies is 250 years old and is unique in the UK as the only democratically elected and national representative body of the British Jewish Community, which exists to protect and promote.
The Jewish Joint Burial Society is an independent charitable organisation which organises funerals for Reform, Liberal and Masorti communities.
The World Union for Progressive Judaism is the international umbrella organisation of the Reform, Liberal, Progressive and Reconstructionist movements
Jewish Care cares for people in the Jewish community who need help including the elderly, disabled and those with mental health issues.
UJIA's (United Jewish Israel Appeal) strategy is designed to help guarantee a sustainable and positive future for the people of the Galil and the Jewish community of the UK
Norwood offers a vast range of services designed to meet the needs of people coping with all kinds of issues that affect families such as divorce, being a single parent, a child with a learning disability, physical or emotional abuse
WJR (World Jewish Relief) provides emergency relief, welfare and instigates creative support programmes to improve the lives of the most vulnerable
European Union for Progressive Judaism works to foster and stimulate the growth of Progressive Judaism throughout Europe
The Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism is part of the world movement which was established approximately 200 years ago in Europe.
IRAC (Israel Religious Action Centre) is the public and legal advocacy arm of the Reform Movement in Israel with the goals of advancing pluralism in Israeli society and defending the freedoms of conscience, faith, and religion.
The Leo Baeck College provides information, education and Rabbinic training for Judaism in the 21st century.
FRS is a corporate member of the Council of Christians and Jews. The CCJ works with Christian and Jewish communities to promote mutual understanding and combat prejudice and anti-Semitism. Its primary focus is Jewish / Christian relations, but it seeks to relate positively to all of Britain’s faith communities. Its experience of inter-religious dialogue enables it to make a vital contribution to community relations in contemporary British society.
The Jewish Chronicle is an independent weekly publication providing news, views, social, cultural and sports reports as well as editorials and a spectrum of readers' opinions on the letter page
A Jewish UK site offering London Jewish news, Jewish dating services, information on Jewish festivals and the Jewish calendar.
Ha’aretz is Israel’s oldest and most influential newspaper, published in both English and Hebrew
The Jerusalem Post is an English language broadsheet newspaper published in Israel.