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Federations Laud Anti-BDS Victory on Morningstar

Jewish Federations of North America and our partners, including the Jewish United Fund (Chicago's Federation) and JLens, are proud that their active engagement in the anti-BDS fight has led to a victory in the case of financial services company Morningstar.

Morningstar acknowledged that it…

Jewish Federations & the Crisis in Ukraine: June 2, 2022

After 98 days of fighting, the war continues in Ukraine with no end in sight. While the US and UK promise more support for the country, millions of Ukrainians, including tens of thousands of Jews, have fled, many to Israel. Jewish Federations and our partners continue to work together to ens…

Capacity to Help Older Adults with History of Trauma is Growing

Jewish Federations of North America’s Center on Holocaust Survivor Care and Institute on Aging and Trauma published a first-of-its-kind study measuring the capacity of aging service providers to provide person-centered, trauma-informed (PCTI) care to Holocaust survivors, older adults w…

Jewish Federation Leaders Accompany 180 New Olim from Ethiopia to Israel

Dozens of community leaders from Jewish Federations across North America will accompany 180 Ethiopia olim on a special charter flight to Israel Wednesday, following a special three-day mission in Ethiopia. 

During the mission, Federation leaders are meeting with community members awaiting…

Impact of Initial Jewish Federations’ Collective Allocations for Ukraine

The previous post described Jewish Federations’ investments before the Ukraine crisis and fundraising and allocations since the crisis began. This post details the collective impact of Jewish Federations’ emergency allocations.

A. Reviewing the Response by Impact Areas


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