Your donation to the Annual Federation/UJA Campaign is helping single mothers in Israel achieve financial stability. Grants from the Women’s Amutot Initiative help support YEDID: Single Mothers for Change.
Honoring their shared mission of serving all members of the local Jewish population, Miami’s three Federation-supported Jewish community centers (JCC), have many programs that address the needs of people with disabilities.
Don’t miss your chance to hear from Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, Co-Founder and Brand Ambassador of OPI Nail Products, Inc., share her Jewish journey and business success at The Women’s Event on Tuesday, October 31, at the Hilton Miami Downtown.
The 20th Annual Sunset Over Miami, the popular networking event organized by Federation's Real Estate Division, will be on Tuesday, October 10. Taking place at 1010 Brickell, this year’s program is chaired by Jonathan Raiffe and Scott Wadler.
The Negev Desert covers nearly 60 percent of Israel’s territory, yet is home to just eight percent of its population. Our Federation is actively working to improve the quality of life for its residents.
Limited spaces on Federation’s Pre-Mission to Poland, April 10-16, 2018, are still available. Learn about the lives of Eastern European Jews during the Holocaust while survivors from our community share their stories.
Following the catastrophic damage from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the earthquakes in Mexico, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation established emergency relief funds to support the Jewish and general communities affected by the disasters.
Don’t let Hurricane Irma ruin your High Holiday plans! Federation and the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami have extended online reservations for free High Holiday seating through Sunday, September 17.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is joining our global Jewish community in response to the unfolding catastrophes caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean and the earthquakes in Mexico.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in conjunction with local synagogues and cemeteries, has organized kivrei avot (memorial services) where we will have an opportunity visit the graves of those we love and reflect on their lives.
As the region works to recover from the hurricane, Federation is here for our community. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please call the Jewish community’s 24-hour helpline, 305.576.6550, operated by Federation’s local partner agency, Jewish Community Services of South Florida.
Thousands of people are homeless in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and they need your help. Immediately following the hurricane, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation established an emergency fund to support the Jewish and general communities in Houston, San Antonio, Galveston, Corpus Christi and other areas that have been decimated by Harvey.
The Mission of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is to mobilize human and financial resources to care for those in need, strengthen Jewish life and advance the unity, values and shared purpose of the Jewish people in Miami, in Israel and around the world.