Friday, May 7, 2021



New Technology Connects Holocaust Survivors

Survivors across the U.S. gathered for a virtual commemoration, thanks to a collaboration between The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) and Uniper, an innovative Israeli startup.

Myrtle Sitowitz, Longtime Supporter of Israel and of Magen David Adom, Passes

The Board of Directors and staff of American Friends of Magen David Adom mourn the passing of Myrtle Sitowitz, a lifelong supporter of Israel and the Jewish community worldwide.

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Hosts ‘2021 Western Region Virtual Event’

More than 1,300 people from across the Western Region community came together to support the US Holocaust Memorial Museum virtually on Thursday, March 11, 2021.

Advocating for Disability Rights & Inclusion: It Takes a Community

Kehillah. Community. It's a core Jewish value, one that teaches we have a commitment to care for the health and welfare of each of our...

Illuminate: Biggest, Brightest Celebration in the Jewish World

This Hannukah, Jews around the world are tuning-in for a historic unity event on December 17. 

SPONSORED: IDB Bank, It’s Personal

The following post is a sponsored advertisement for IDB Bank. More than 500 guests attended Israel Discount Bank of New York (IDB Bank)’s client appreciation...

SPONSORED: Plant-Based Meal Service Brings Kosher Food to Your Door

The following post is a sponsored advertisement for Veestro. Six years ago, Los Angeles locals Monica Klausner and her brother Mark Fachler decided to create...

Five heroes of 2016

In some respects, Election 2016 has not been American Jewry’s finest hour.

A French survivor seeks honors for his Rosh Hashanah rescuers

For Jews all over the world, the High Holy Days are a time for closure and new beginnings. Not for Jacques Stuzalft, an 84-year-old Holocaust survivor from France.

A food tour of Israel’s cities

Mediterranean cuisine is consumed with gusto all over the world. While many dishes commonly enjoyed in Israel originate elsewhere, things like hummus, falafel, kibbeh, and shakshuka have been adopted into Israeli tradition with the recent advent of “foodie-ism” by chefs all over the country.

Multi-generation trip to Israel: Who said only adults get to have all the fun?

Many parents these days are looking to give their kids an unforgettable vacation experience.

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