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Events in Commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day

A survivor of the Holocaust, Maryan’s artwork reflects the torment of war while presenting a deeply humanist message — that we are all united in our struggles and in our will to survive with dignity. Born in Cracow, Poland, in 1927, Pinchas Schindel, as he was known then, grew up in a traditional Jewish family. Rounded up by the Nazis, he was sent to various labor camps and finally to Auschwitz, from where he was liberated. He was the only survivor of his large family. Schindel immigrated to then-Palestine, began his artistic training, and re-defined himself as Maryan. He died of a heart attack at age 50 in 1977.

Grocery Gift Cards

Grocery Gift Cards

Thanks to the vision of philanthropist Saul Schottenstein, of blessed memory, clients of Jewish Community Services Kosher Food Bank, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation’s primary human service agency, will welcomed 5783 with joy, dignity and a few special touches.

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Award-Winning Partners

Award-Winning Partners

Summer 2022 was a season of awards and recognition for three Federation agencies that receive regular allocations from the Annual Greater Miami Jewish Federation/UJA Campaign.

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Meet RTW’s New Fellows

Meet RTW’s New Fellows

Repair the World – Miami (RTW), a movement committed to social justice through community service and learning, managed by Federation’s Jewish Volunteer Center (JVC), will kick off a new year of activities with a Meet the Fellows Shabbat dinner this evening at 7 p.m., at Naomi’s Garden in Miami.

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Hi-Tech Jobs for Ukrainians

Hi-Tech Jobs for Ukrainians

The Israeli nonprofit Reboot Start-Up Nation is partnering with The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) to help immigrants and refugees displaced by the war in Ukraine to secure hi-tech jobs in Israel.

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