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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.

Ukraine and Poland Webinar

Ukraine and Poland Webinar

For more than five months, we have seen images and videos from Ukraine and the region as Russia continues its relentless assault. Now hear firsthand reports from three people who have personally helped or met with refugees and those on the ground in Ukraine and Poland.

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3GMiami Virtual Training

3GMiami Virtual Training

If you’re the grandchild of a Holocaust Survivor, 3GMiami wants to train you to share your grandparent’s story to new generations, educating them about the dangers of intolerance and its impact on the Jewish people.

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JCS Milk & Honey

JCS Milk & Honey

An extra-sweet opportunity to give back at the Jewish New Year! Registration is now open for the 20th anniversary year of Milk & Honey Volunteer Drive-Thru & Drop-Off, taking place Sunday, September 18 and presented by Jewish Community Services of Florida (JCS) in partnership with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.

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Shlichim Changing Lives

Shlichim Changing Lives

More than 1,550 amazing Israelis are spending their summer as counselors, Israeli culture instructors, song leaders and more at Jewish summer camps across North America.

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