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Federation Supports Miami’s Senior Citizens

More than 30 percent of Jewish households in Miami with people age 75 or older require help with in-home healthcare, senior transportation, meal delivery services and more. Through the Annual Greater Miami Jewish Federation/UJA Campaign, you help feed homebound elders, bring peace to those in senior care facilities or hospice, organize congregate meal sites and enable aging seniors to live in dignity. Partners in these efforts include our own Mishkan Miami, as well as Jewish Community Services of South Florida and Miami Jewish Health. To make a donation to the Annual Federation/UJA Campaign to support elderly services and other programs, click here.

The Main Event

The Main Event

More than 1,300 gathered at The Main Event to celebrate community and honor Ambassador Nikki Haley, who was presented with the Friend of Israel Humanitarian Award.

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Visiting Israel

Visiting Israel

This June 12-24, young adults ages 27-32 can take part in Taglit-Birthright by joining the Miami Community Birthright trip.

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Help for Job Seekers

Help for Job Seekers

Learn about how to use social media to help your job search at a JWorks workshop.

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Aid for Israelis

Aid for Israelis

Through Federation overseas partner the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee’s (JDC) program, Families First, at-risk families in Israel receive financial and emotional support.

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