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Jewish Federations and the Crisis in Ukraine: June 30, 2022

After more than four months (126 days) of fighting, Russia’s control over Ukraine’s east is tightening. As the war continues, Jewish Federations and our partners continue to work together to ensure that urgent relief reaches the neediest, including both refugees who have fled as well as …

Federations Commend House C'tee for advancing $10M for Holocaust Survivors

Jewish Federations commend the House Appropriations Committee for advancing a $10 million allocation to the Holocaust Survivor’s Assistance Program.

 

The Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program is a public-private partnership between the Department of Health and Human Services Administra…

Jewish Federations Help Lead 2nd Annual Holocaust Survivor Day

Jewish communities in North America, Israel, Poland and Australia observed Holocaust Survivor Day, which took place this year on June 26th. Now in its 2nd year, Holocaust Survivor Day is a grassroots initiative that was founded by the JCC Krakow, to recognize the contributions that surviv…

Federations Lead Communal Effort Urging Congress to Reduce Gun Violence

Jewish Federations of North America sent a letter in favor of the bipartisan Safer Communities Act, in the largest collaborative effort of the Jewish community in support of legislation to reduce gun violence. The letter was signed by 239 national and local organizations – including 104…

Jewish Federations & the Crisis in Ukraine: June 23, 2022

After 119 days of fighting, Russia is trying to consolidate its gains in Ukraine’s east. As the war drags on, Jewish Federations and our partners continue to work together to ensure that urgent relief reaches the neediest. (For pre-crisis background on the Jewish community in Ukraine, s…

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