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.
A donation to Federation is a donation to your Jewish community. In addition to creating and developing a strong and supportive Jewish community, Federation’s longstanding financial reliability helps many agencies secure crucial loan guarantees, which they may not otherwise receive.
About 50 women came together last week to celebrate becoming a new Lion of Judah during April’s Israel at 70 Miami Mission. Hosted by Mojdeh Khagan Danial, the community learning experience took place at her home.
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.