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Federation Launches Miami Mega Mission 2012

Federation Launches Miami Mega Mission 2012

It has been a decade and a half since the Greater Miami Jewish Federation organized a Mega Mission to Israel, but ask any participant from one of those overseas journeys how he or she enjoyed it, and you will get a glowing smile and an answer brimming with enthusiasm.

Statement on the April 7 School Bus Bombing in Israel

Statement on the April 7 School Bus Bombing in Israel

A yellow bus is internationally recognized as a vehicle used specifically to transport school children. Yet, on April 7, it became the intentional target of terrorists who fired a barrage of missiles and rockets from Gaza into southern Israel, including anti-tank missiles aimed directly at the bus.

Federation Collecting Donations for Fund for Victims of Terror

Federation Collecting Donations for Fund for Victims of Terror

Recent events in Israel – including the massacre of the Fogel family, the bombing in central Jerusalem and ongoing rocket attacks – have renewed long-standing concerns about providing assistance to the victims of these and other tragedies.

Limited Space Available for Miami-Area Students to Study in Israel This Summer

Limited Space Available for Miami-Area Students to Study in Israel This Summer

The Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI), a partner agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has just a few spots remaining for Miami-Dade high school sophomores, juniors and seniors looking to study in Israel this summer.

“Buycott for Israel” Day Is March 30

“Buycott for Israel” Day Is March 30

Anti-Israel activists have declared March 30 as the global day of action for the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement. Boycotters have been energetically lobbying stores across North America to stop selling Israeli products.

A Statement from Federation on the March 23 Bombing in Jerusalem

A Statement from Federation on the March 23 Bombing in Jerusalem

At around 3 p.m. Israel time (9 a.m. Eastern) on Wednesday, March 23, a bomb exploded next to two buses across the street from the Jerusalem Convention Center. The blast injured dozens of people, several seriously. One person has died from her injuries. There was no immediate claim of responsibility… We vehemently condemn this new round of violence…

A Statement from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on the August 18 Terrorist Attacks in Israel

A Statement from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on the August 18 Terrorist Attacks in Israel

A series of coordinated terrorist attacks striking Israel's southern region on Thursday, August 18 killed seven people, including 22-year-old Staff Sergeant Moshe Naftali and six civilians, and wounded some 40 people.

Federation Mourns Massacre of Members of the Fogel Family and Condemns Brutal Terrorist Attack on Israelis

Federation Mourns Massacre of Members of the Fogel Family and Condemns Brutal Terrorist Attack on Israelis

The Jewish Community Relations Council of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation (JCRC) mourns the horrific murders of Udi (37), Ruth (36), Yoav (10), Elad (4) and three-month-old Hadas Fogel Friday night, March 11, in their home. This brutal terrorist attack is aimed at intimidating Israeli Jewish families and derailing the peace process.

Teen Volunteer Opportunities Abound at April 3 Program

Teen Volunteer Opportunities Abound at April 3 Program

From feeding the hungry to beautification of a local park, school or cemetery, there are a variety of volunteer activities for students in 8th through 12thgrades to choose from during the Annual J-Serve National Day of Service for Jewish Teens and Good Deeds Day, set for Sunday, April 3.

Foundation Annual Meeting Slated for May 5

Foundation Annual Meeting Slated for May 5

The Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) of The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will host its 2011 Spring Seminar on Thursday, April 28, at the Hilton Miami Downtown. The topic is “Planning for Life After Death: Laws of Succession vs. the New Biology.”

Federation Collecting Funds for Victims of Japan/Pacific Earthquake and Tsunami

Federation Collecting Funds for Victims of Japan/Pacific Earthquake and Tsunami

As part of the Jewish community’s response to the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and ensuing tsunami that struck Japan on March 11, 2011 and affected areas along the Pacific Ocean, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is collecting funds to provide immediate humanitarian aid to victims and their families.

Your Dollars at Work: Building Jewish Identity

Your Dollars at Work: Building Jewish Identity

Each year, thousands of Jewish people in Miami and around the world receive assistance through the social-service, educational and humanitarian programs funded by the Annual Greater Miami Jewish Federation/UJA Campaign. And while contributors to the Campaign know that their generosity is making a difference, it is not every day that a donor has the opportunity to meet a recipient of Federation-supported assistance.

Get Connected in Many Ways on Super Sunday

Get Connected in Many Ways on Super Sunday

In today’s highly connected world, the telephone is merely one means for communication – and fundraising. While nothing will ever replace a personal phone conversation, Federation leadership understands the tremendous opportunities available through social media, online donation forms and “personal fundraising pages,” and is incorporating these exciting outreach vehicles into Super Sunday.

An Inspiring Night Out for Women

An Inspiring Night Out for Women

Women from throughout Miami-Dade County will gather together for an evening filled with fun and friends when Women’s Philanthropy of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation hosts Women’s Night Out on Tuesday, April 12, featuring internationally renowned clinical psychologist, public speaker and author Dr. Wendy Mogel.

Job Search Networking Event Scheduled for February 28

Job Search Networking Event Scheduled for February 28

For those who are unemployed or looking to change jobs, networking can be the key to finding the right position. On Monday, February 28, ParnossahWorks Miami will host its first networking event of the year. Job seekers will meet each other and discuss job search strategies, and can take advantage of resume-writing support.

JCRC Lecture on U.S. Foreign Policy and the Middle East Set for February 28

JCRC Lecture on U.S. Foreign Policy and the Middle East Set for February 28

For those who are unemployed or looking to change jobs, networking can be the key to finding the right position. On Monday, February 28, ParnossahWorks Miami will host its first networking event of the year. Job seekers will meet each other and discuss job search strategies, and can take advantage of resume-writing support.

Ministering to the Elderly Seminar Focuses on 'Shattering Stereotypes of Aging'

Ministering to the Elderly Seminar Focuses on 'Shattering Stereotypes of Aging'

Clergy, medical experts and social-work professionals will converge to discuss ‘Stories of Living: Shattering Stereotypes of Aging’ during the Sixteenth Annual Seminar on Ministering to the Elderly, Tuesday, March 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Miami Jewish Health Systems’ Douglas Gardens Ruby Auditorium, 5200 Northeast Second Avenue.

Get Ready for the Israel 65/Miami 75 Mission to Israel!

Get Ready for the Israel 65/Miami 75 Mission to Israel!

Were you part of Miami Mega Mission Israel 2012 – or wish you had been? People across Miami’s Jewish community are still talking about this extraordinary journey. Here’s your chance to join your Miami friends and neighbors in Israel in April 2013 – just in time to celebrate two milestones, the 65th anniversary of the creation of the modern State of Israel and the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.

Copy of Get Ready for the Israel 65/Miami 75 Mission to Israel!

Copy of Get Ready for the Israel 65/Miami 75 Mission to Israel!

Were you part of Miami Mega Mission Israel 2012 – or wish you had been? People across Miami’s Jewish community are still talking about this extraordinary journey. Here’s your chance to join your Miami friends and neighbors in Israel in April 2013 – just in time to celebrate two milestones, the 65th anniversary of the creation of the modern State of Israel and the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.

Israeli Group Tararam to Perform at The Main Event

Israeli Group Tararam to Perform at The Main Event

They’ve performed at the Olympic and Maccabia Games, for Israeli President Shimon Peres’ birthday celebration with world leaders such as former President Bill Clinton, and at countless other events and galas around the globe. On Thursday, February 24, Israeli music and dance group Tararam will take to the stage as the entertainment highlight of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 2011 Main Event.

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