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Most early stage Israeli startups at risk of closure due to pandemic

Most early stage Israeli startups are struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey that shows over half of respondents saying that without additional funds they will go bankrupt within six months. Read more.

Inspired by family history, LI native helps Holocaust survivors in pandemic

“333” will forever hold a special significance to Evan Rosenberg. He tattooed it on his forearm and used it in the name of his charity. The number contains the “story of [his] family’s survival,” he said. Rosenberg’s grandmother first conveyed it to him in 2014, handwritten in a …

Finding meaning in celebrating Shavuot at home

Shavuot celebrants may find themselves eating cheesecake alone this year, but there is still a buffet of opportunities for personal growth, say Pittsburgh-area rabbis, cantors and Jewish educators. Read more.

Jewish communities feed those in need

Two Jewish organizations came to the aid of South Florida families struggling to put food on the table recently. Read more.

Oklahoma becomes 30th state to enact anti-BDS law

JFNA joins other Jewish groups in congratulating Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt for making his state the 30th in the U.S. to sign anti-BDS legislation. Read more.

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