Other Programs, Divisions & Affiliates
Agudath Israel World Organization (American Office) represents Orthodox Jewish interests in the United Nations (NGO), in international Jewish agencies dealing with reparations and restitution issues for Jewish Holocaust survivors, the protection of Jewish sacred sites, and safeguarding Torah values the world over.
Lefkowitz Leadership Initiative (LLI) mobilizes grassroot talent to work on behalf of Agudath Israel. The members of the LLI become involved in helping to address the broad needs of the community under the direction of Rabbinic Leadership.
Agudah Women of America N’shei Agudath Israel women’s division, children’s homes and social service projects in Israel, local chapters, lectures and social action programs.
The Agudath Israel Mediation Board has been established, with the endorsement of Agudath Israel of America’s rabbinic leadership, to help members of the community resolve their (monetary) disputes. The services of its mediators are available without charge.
Agudath Israel Special Tzedokoh Fund is a charitable trust that establishes funds for individual donors and disburses grants to qualifying charities.
Agudist Benevolent Society: Burial society in U.S.A. and free loan fund (Bet. 9 AM & 1 PM, Mon. thru Thurs.)
Chevrah Oseh Chesed: Chevra Kadisha and cemetery service in Israel,
Aron & Ritchell Free Loan Fund.
Commission on Special Education, Developmental Disabilities, and Foster Care: This commission’s goal is to sensitize the public to the needs of “special adults and children”, and to advocate the rights of this population before government.
Community Services Division: Aid to individuals and groups, Mincha Minyan Map, Hachnosas Orchim Guide for travelers.
Conference of Synagogue Rabbonim of Agudath Israel: This organization of synagogue rabbis across the continent serves as a forum for consultation among its members and a vehicle for the strengthening of Torah values and practice in the daytoday life of the community at large.
Project LEARN works to improve and increase special education services for yeshiva students through community education, governmental advocacy, facilitating the creation of new special education programs and assisting parents to obtain services for their children.
Zichron Kedoshim memorializes the names of Kedoshim who perished in the Holocaust.