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The Jewish Federations of North America has announced the launch of a Ukrainian Resettlement Grant Initiative to support refugees seeking safety in the United States … more
Nearly 400 volunteers of all ages filled more than 1,000 new backpacks with school supplies and made cards for Westchester children in need, including Ukrainian refugees … more
Martha’s Vineyard is beautiful. There are majestic cliffs, white beaches with fishing boats bobbing in the blue sea and painted wooden homes with neat picket fences. Though just seven miles off … more
On a warm afternoon last August, Rabbi Eli Goodman of Chabad of the Beaches walked into his shul and was stunned to see that the Ark had been vandalized, and two Torahs and other religious items were … more
After one of the most difficult years in United Hatzalah’s history, it was time to celebrate and secure the future. Over 1,000 people gathered in New York City on May 24 to support the … more
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo recounted the Trump administration’s “greatest hits” in relation to Israel and told the annual Yom Yerushalayim Dinner of American Friends of … more
Long Island’s 38 Chabad centers gathered at the Cradle of Aviaton Museum in Garden City to celebrate their accomplishments and the 120th anniversary of the birth of Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem … more
As record numbers of olim pour into the Jewish State, Israel is prepared to face the challenge of integrating them into Israeli society. That’s the message delivered last week by … more
Much has been written about the social justice wars being fought in the halls of academia — university classics programs targeted as foci of white supremacy to be dismantled; professors … more
Comedian and third-generation Hadassah member Judy Gold will host “Hadassah and Jerusalem: United Forever,” next Wednesday, June 1. The event will commemorate Yom Yerushalayim on … more
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