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Ukrainian Aliyah up 143%

This couple, one of many of those displaced, is considering leaving the country and building new lives in Israel. Nearly 6,000 Ukrainian Jews made aliyah in 2014; already in 2015 that number is up 143 percent.

Comforts of Home in an Uncertain Situation

Displaced Jews decorate their rooms at a Federation-funded center for internally displaced people in Pavlograd. Ongoing fighting in eastern Ukraine has forced 3,000 vulnerable Jews to flee their homes for uncertain futures.

P2G Built Ties Between 350,000 People from North America and Israel in 2014

PARTNERSHIP2GETHER helped build strong relationships between 350,000 people from 500 North American and Israeli communities in 2014, thanks to more than $15 million in Federation investments. This Jewish Agency program will mark its 20th anniversary by taking participants throughout Israel t…

Federations and Philanthropy News Update, July 8, 2015

JFNA reacts to comments by the Israeli Religious Affairs minister regarding Reform Jews. A member of Federations' Young Leadership Cabinet reflects on a recent mission to Eastern Europe. A former Federation executive discusses the importance of supporting Annual Campaigns.

 

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Temporary Housing for Ukraine's Displaced

A young family sits in their new temporary home at a Federation-funded center for internally displaced people (IDPs) in Pavlograd. Many of the 3,000 IDPs are young middle-class families forced to flee for their safety.

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