Get Involved


From primary school through to adulthood, Tzedek provides the UK Jewish community with multiple opportunities to learn, engage, and get involved in reducing extreme poverty and striving for social justice

The Tzedek Fellowship is a new and exciting opportunity for university students and young professionals who have a particular interest in International Development to come together and learn from experts in the field.
Our Learn and Work Internship Programme is an opportunity for university students who are interested in international development and looking for hands-on projects practising their teamwork and professional skills.
Join us and other like-minded teens to become a social justice ambassador! Explore some of today’s most important campaigns and learn how to make a difference – all through a global lens.
We invite students in Years 9-11 to join our Tzedek team for a week of work experience in the summer term. Join our busy team and gain an insight into the charity sector and the world of development.
Walk to school in solidarity with thousands of students in Ghana and India who walk for miles each day to receive their education, needed to lift themselves out of extreme poverty. Schlep to school to raise awareness and fundraise to support our work empowering communities in Ghana and India.
Tzedek offers 6 weeks to 3-month internships for those who are passionate about development and looking for hands-on projects. Work with the Tzedek team to learn about, and contribute to, our work.
Tzedek is the official partner of the Office of the Chief Rabbi on the Ben Azzai Programme, which aims to inspire a new generation of outward-facing, socially-aware young Jews. It provides a fascinating and experiential opportunity to learn about the challenges of extreme poverty globally and development in Ghana and India.
Young Tzedek is an exciting opportunity for a dedicated group of the UK’s young Jewish leaders to support our work as Tzedek ambassadors. Network, raise awareness, put on a fundraiser, and develop your leadership skills while learning about Tzedek’s work and engaging in the field.

Join the Overseas Project Team (OPT) which operates our sustainable Partnership Project Grants scheme, supporting grassroots projects that improve the incomes and economic opportunities of poor and marginalised people in the developing world.