Your donations to Federation’s Annual Campaign are helping Israelis in need receive food and nutritional assistance. Through Leket Israel, food that would otherwise go to waste is rescued and distributed to thousands of vulnerable Israelis.
As part of the Jewish community’s response to help victims of the volcanic eruption, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has established an Emergency Relief Fund to provide critically needed humanitarian aid to disaster victims and their families.
The Miami Diller Teens Fellows are exploring Israel and solidifying their bonds with their fellow Diller participants from Federation’s partnership city of Yerucham, as part of the Jewish Communities’ Mifgash (meeting).
Have you thought about your philanthropic legacy? What are you doing today to ensure a strong Jewish future for tomorrow? Let The Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation help you create your Jewish legacy with easy and tax-smart options.
There is a lot to love at our local Jewish community centers! While the three Federation-supported JCCs — Alper, Miami Beach and Michael-Ann Russell — offer an incredible variety of children's, teen and family activities, they also touch the lives of older adults.
This summer, 180 Miami-area children will attend more than 50 Jewish sleepaway camps--representing a variety of religious streams--thanks to nearly $122,000 in scholarships distributed by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The Hebrew Free Loan Association of South Florida (HFLA), a Federation subsidiary, wants to help you! Do you need financial assistance with caring for an elderly parent? What about unexpected home repairs or medical expenses?
Nearly 10,000 Hungarian Jews, across all religious denominations, celebrated Jewish life and learning earlier this month at Budapest's Judafest. Judafest included numerous booths offering traditional Jewish foods, handmade crafts and information on the many religious and community initiatives in the area.
Your Federation donation helps support Israelis living with disabilities through Beit Issie Shapiro (BIS). The nonprofit develops and provides cutting-edge therapies and social services for anyone affected by a disability.
The Mission of the Greater Miami Jewish 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.