RABBI YAAKOV BLEICH

Chief Rabbi of Ukraine



“We rely on NCSEJ as our indispensable partner in the growth and security of the Ukrainian Jewish community.”

CHRIS MURPHY

U.S. Senator



“Thank you...for all that you have done over decades to promote the cause of Jews living in the former Soviet Union. We need you now more than ever.”

YURI KANNER

Russian Jewish Congress President



“Throughout Russia, Jews depend on  the access and diplomatic skills of NCSEJ to promote and protect their well-being"

ERIC RUBIN

U.S. Ambassador to Bulgaria



“The Jewish communities of Central  and Eastern Europe...need the ability and support to rebuild and revive  their communities, and they also have the right to emigrate. This organization done so much to help make both of these realities possible.”

JOSEF ZISSELS

World Jewish Congress Vice-President



“We work with NCSEJ, because we know the end of Communism did not  mean the end to our problems in the region.”

RABBI PINCHAS GOLDSCHMIDT

Chief Rabbi of Moscow



“NCSEJ is back in business, now more than ever. With the political landscape in the former Soviet Union rapidly changing, I think that NCSEJ is becoming more and more important, becoming a bridge again,

and dealing with subtle diplomacy.”

MARINA FURMAN

Former Refusenik



“You made the voice of freedom heard. You let us join in that freedom,  in that voice.”

STEVEN B. NASATIR

Jewish United Fund President



“We count on NCSEJ to represent the Federation system in confronting key challenges that the Jewish  communities of the FSU continue to  face in an evolving and sometimes threatening society.”

ELIOT ENGEL

U.S. House of Representative



“This organization is terrific...Thank  you all for your partnership and your commitment. Our work is ahead of us and I know we are up to the challenge.”

CORY BOOKER

U.S. Senator



“Intolerance, from my perspective, seems to be growing louder and more vicious, and organizations like this one, therefore, in my opinion, become more important. And this organization's efforts to foster understanding and protect Jews in the region under siege are absolutely crucial.”

JONATHAN KATZ

USAID Deputy Assistant Administrator



“NCSEJ has played a central role over the past 40 years in support of 1.5 million Jews that live in post-communist countries in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.”

OFER GLANZ

JDC Chief Program Officer 



“There is no other organization like NCSEJ and there is no other person to  turn to than Mark Levin. If you face an issue in Uzbekistan, in Ukraine, in Russia or any other place and you seem lost, a telephone call to NCSEJ and you know that there is a way to deal with a challenge.”