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New Lions of Judah Gather for a Learning Session

Nearly 20 new international Lions of Judah recently gathered for a learning session with Norma Kipnis Wilson at a private home in Golden Beach. The group listened intently as she spoke about the anti-Semitism she faced as a young Jewish woman living in Jacksonville; her first donation to the Jewish community; her experiences as one of the first female stockbrokers in Miami, and of course, the creation of the Lion of Judah in 1972. The Lion is now an international symbol of women's giving worn by 17,500 women worldwide.

Combatting BDS

Combatting BDS

The Movement to Delegitimize Israel: Current State-of-Play of Boycotts, Divestments & Sanctions Movement will have breakout sessions facilitated by various local Jewish organizations.

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Never Forget

Never Forget

Through films, lectures and discussions, Holocaust Education Week will highlight the stories of survivors and examine the legacy of the Holocaust.

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Supporting Women

Supporting Women

This year, the Women’s Amutot Initiative allocated nearly $300,000 from the 2018 Annual Federation/UJA Campaign to 26 organizations.

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Helping the Hungry

Helping the Hungry

The Bonwitt Family spent a day volunteering at The Jaffa Institute, giving their children a chance to see Federation dollars at work.

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