News from the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Now that Passover has ended, make “Next year in Jerusalem” a reality! Join Federation, your friends, family and Jewish community April 16-22, 2018 for the trip of a lifetime to celebrate Israel’s 70 birthday.
Are you new to Miami and searching for a way to connect to your Jewish community? Look no further! Shalom Miami, a Federation program focused on welcoming new residents to Miami-Dade County, wants to help you settle into your new home.
With support from the Annual Federation/UJA Campaign, Jewish Educational Loan Fund (JELF) is now accepting applications for interest-free loans for higher education for Jewish students in the Miami-Dade County area.
Twenty-eight legal professionals from Miami’s Jewish community recently spent a week in Israel with the Attorneys’ Division of Federation.
The ties between Jewish teens in Miami and Yerucham were strengthened when the Yerucham Diller Teen Fellows spent a week exploring the Jewish community with their Miami counterparts.
Due to expected inclement weather, the location for Holocaust Remembrance Day and Interfaith Community Gathering this Sunday, April 23 has been changed to Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach.
Join the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on April 23 – Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day – at the Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach, to pay tribute to the six million Jews who died in the Holocaust and honor those who survived.
Prior to Passover this month, Jews in the former Soviet Union received more than 50,000 boxes of matzah, thanks to your donations to the Annual Federation/UJA Campaign.
How do YOU say Yerucham?! Although Miami’s Jewish community has partnered with the Israeli desert city of Yerucham since 2007, the correct pronunciation of the city’s name remains a mystery to many Miamians.
Stand strong against anti-Semitism. Stand strong against hate. Never again. Join the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Sunday, April 23 for an Interfaith Community Gathering at the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach.
Federation Gardens, which serves low-income senior citizens, will soon be accepting pre-applications for their waiting lists.
Thirteen members of Miami’s Jewish community recently spent a week in Israel observing the work of Federation's Women’s Amutot Initiative and Israel and Overseas Committee.
Gather with your Jewish community to observe Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, on Sunday, April 23, at the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach.
With the help of Federation’s overseas partner, The Jewish Agency for Israel, more than 100 Jews from India’s B’nei Menashe community recently made aliyah.
The First Annual Miami Jewish Day School Robotics Festival will take place on Wednesday, April 26, at Scheck Hillel Community School.
More than 70 people came to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Wednesday, March 29 to attend the 2017 Freedom Seder and bring awareness to the growing crime of domestic sex trafficking of minors.
Did you know that more than 700,000 Israelis ages 65 and older can’t afford to purchase or rent a home, and 27,000 low-income senior citizens are on waiting lists for subsidized shelter?
Earlier this month, 27 members of our Jewish community joined Federation’s Major Gifts Division and Jewish Community Relations Council on the 8th Annual Washington, D.C. Advocacy Mission, chaired by Steven J. Brodie.
An arrest has been made in connection with a large number of the bomb threats sent to Jewish community centers, schools, synagogues, and other Jewish institutions across the U.S. and in other countries throughout the world over recent months.
Hundreds of volunteers gathered to make a difference in the lives of others today, as the Greater Miami Jewish Federation presented its annual Super Sunday/Good Deeds Day event at the Stanley C. Myers Building, 4200 Biscayne Boulevard.