The United Jewish Organizations
of Williamsburg, Inc.
The United Jewish Organizations was established by the major organizations of Williamsburg to serve as the voice of it's diverse community based organizations. Since its establishment 38 years ago and throughout the last 15 years, UJO has been under the leadership of Rabbi David Niederman, UJO has earned the respect of both the residents of Williamsburg as well as its elected officials for representing the community on quality of life issues. UJO formulates a consensus on policy matters pertaining to neighborhood concerns and has been at the forefront advocating for the rights of the Williamsburg community in its interaction with local, city, state, & federal levels of government. Working with the UJO, we have been successful in obtaining vitally needed government assistance.
May has been proclaimed by President Obama and United States Congress, Jewish American Heritage Month. Despite years of oppression and persecution, Jews have always risen up to help bring improvement and progress to society.
The International Center for Autism Research and Education (Icare4autism), a New York City- based non-profit organization, announced plans to create the world’s first Global Autism Center on Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem, Israel.