Nepal Earthquake Relief

Nepal Earthquake Relief

Our hearts go out to the people of Nepal whose lives are affected by the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake that took place on April 25. The earthquake has resulted in the estimated death and injuries of tens of thousands of people and major destruction of buildings including historic sites throughout the country.  The Jewish community is working to help the people of Nepal. more

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by Dov Ben-Shimon, Federation CEO​​

  • We sent a group of Greater MetroWest rabbis to Israel last week. And they heard two messages.

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    We sent a group of Greater MetroWest rabbis to Israel last week. And they heard two messages.

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    We sent a group of Greater MetroWest rabbis to Israel last week. And they heard two messages.

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by Lee Murnick, Young Leadership Division Campaign Chair

  • “Remembering our past and building our future” was the theme of this Spring’s National Young Leadership Cabinet Study Mission to Bucharest, Romania and Budapest, Hungary.

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    “Remembering our past and building our future” was the theme of this Spring’s National Young Leadership Cabinet Study Mission to Bucharest, Romania and Budapest, Hungary.

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    “Remembering our past and building our future” was the theme of this Spring’s National Young Leadership Cabinet Study Mission to Bucharest, Romania and Budapest, Hungary.

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CRC: ADVOCACY IN ACTION
by Melanie Roth Gorelick, CRC Director

  • This has been a difficult year for Israel on college campuses. Anti-Israel efforts, including divestment resolutions before student governments, have more than doubled since Israel’s defensive war with Gaza last summer.

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    This has been a difficult year for Israel on college campuses. Anti-Israel efforts, including divestment resolutions before student governments, have more than doubled since Israel’s defensive war with Gaza last summer.

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    This has been a difficult year for Israel on college campuses. Anti-Israel efforts, including divestment resolutions before student governments, have more than doubled since Israel’s defensiv...

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    This has been a difficult year for Israel on college campuses. Anti-Israel efforts, including divestment resolutions before...

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JCF: FORWARD THINKING
by Jeremy Hirsh, JCF General Counsel

  • A few years ago, my wife and I met with our attorney to prepare our wills. With three young children, we knew that we needed to provide for the unimaginable, and we were overwhelmed by many of the decisions before us.

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    A few years ago, my wife and I met with our attorney to prepare our wills. With three young children, we knew that we needed to provide for the unimaginable, and we were overwhelmed by many of the decisions before us.

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    A few years ago, my wife and I met with our attorney to prepare our wills. With three young children, we knew that we needed to provide for the unimaginable, and we were overwhelmed by many of ...

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  • UJA concert format ends on a high note

    New Jersey Jewish News (5/20/15)
    The cheerfully triumphant Finale of Brahms’ Second Symphony was also the bittersweet swan song for the annual UJA Benefit Concert by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.

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    New Jersey Jewish News (5/20/15)
    The cheerfully triumphant Finale of Brahms’ Second Symphony was also the bittersweet swan song for the annual UJA Benefit Concert by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.

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    New Jersey Jewish News (5/20/15)
    The cheerfully triumphant Finale of Brahms’ Second Symphony was also the bittersweet swan song for the annual UJA Benefit Concert by the New Jersey Symphony ...

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    New Jersey Jewish News (5/20/15)
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  • ‘I love the small, tight-knit feeling here’

    New Jersey Jewish News (5/20/15)
    As Chris Stodolski chatted with some high school and middle school students on the campus of Golda Och Academy’s Eric F. Ross Upper School, she asked them what they like most about the school. One after the other volunteered, “The community.” “This is my community.” “This has been my community since I was really little.”

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    New Jersey Jewish News (5/20/15)
    As Chris Stodolski chatted with some high school and middle school students on the campus of Golda Och Academy’s Eric F. Ross Upper School, she asked them what they like most about the school. One after the other volunteered, “The community.” “This is...

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    New Jersey Jewish News (5/20/15)
    As Chris Stodolski chatted with some high school and middle school students on the campus of Golda Och Academy’s Eric F. Ross Upper School, she asked them wh...

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    New Jersey Jewish News (5/20/15)
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Ongoing Crisis in Ukraine

March 25, 2015

Nearly a year has passed since pro-Russian separatists began battling Ukrainian forces in the eastern party of the country, and once again Jews are in danger. There are 5.2 million people living in conflict-affected areas and more than one million have fled their homes. Five thousand civilians have died and another 12,000 have been wounded. Thousands of Jews have either fled the region or remain trapped in the war zone.  more