Gather with your community to celebrate Israel at The Main Event on Monday, February 12 at 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Miami Downtown. Chaired by NadineandSteve Foldes, The Main Event is one of Federation’s largest fundraising events of the year.
Calling all teen leaders! Do you have what it takes to be a Stephen Muss Impact Fellow? The Stephen Muss Impact Fellowship prepares a select group of high school students to take their place as future Jewish change-makers.
The Miami Jewish Film Festival (MJFF), the largest Jewish cultural event in Florida and one of the three largest Jewish film festivals in the world, will present more than 60 films from 20 countries January 11 through 25, 2018.
More than 30,000 new olim (immigrants) resettled in Israel in 2016. Federation’s overseas partner, The Jewish Agency for Israel, helps to ensure their journey is a success with its Global Service Center.
The Hebrew Free Loan Association of South Florida (HFLA), a Federation subsidiary, wants to help you! Do you need financial assistance with your small business? What about unexpected home repairs or medical expenses?
Imagine walking in the footsteps of the millions of Jews who came before you. Imagine praying at the same monuments that have served as cultural and religious touchstones for your Jewish brothers and sisters. Now imagine doing it with 800 members of your Miami community.
Today, the U.S. administration announced a plan to move the Embassy of the United States in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, honoring a bipartisan commitment made over 20 years ago in the Jerusalem Embassy Act.
Federation is helping young adults in Ukraine pursue leadership roles in the Jewish community. Through Metsuda, a year-long young leadership course offered by Federation’s overseas partners, the America Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, this next generation of Ukrainian Jews is learning the power of tzedakah and tikkun olam.
Recognizing that Jewish overnight camps greatly contributes to a child’s Jewish identity and values, the Annual Federation/UJA Campaign is now accepting applications for need-based Jewish overnight camp scholarships for children between the ages of 8 and 17 for next summer.
Miami and Yerucham’s Jewish teens are benefiting from Federation’s Miami-Yerucham partnership through HaZamir, two of the more than 38 chapters across the U.S. and Israel that are part of the network of the International Jewish Teen Choir.
Nearly 700 Venezuelan Jews—or 10 percent of the country’s Jewish population—attended the first-ever Limmud Caracas this past Sunday. Sponsored in part by our overseas partner, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the festival offered more than 30 sessions aimed at deepening residents’ connections to their Jewish identity.
Join the 24th Annual Ministering to the Elderly Conference, sponsored by Federation’s Mishkan Miami, Jewish Community Services of South Florida (JCS) and Miami Jewish Health, to discover if there is such a thing as a good death and how can we help those in our care achieve this goal?
Yerucham artist-in-residence, Hadasa Yitshak, recently spent a week in Miami sharing her original art form of Zuak with Miami’s Jewish community at the three Federation-supported Jewish community centers in Miami.
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.