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Feb 24, 2021

Make a Difference on Super Sunday

Super Sunday

Are you looking for a way to help those in need and be part of our vibrant and caring Jewish community? Join hundreds of volunteers for Federation’s Super Sunday, the Jewish community’s largest annual fundraising day of the year on Sunday, March 14 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Chaired by Elise and Gil Bonwit, the event will be completely virtual so you will be able to take part in the phonathon from the comfort of your own home. Funds raised will benefit the Annual Greater Miami Jewish Federation/ UJA Campaign, which provides critical dollars to improve lives in Miami, in Israel and around the globe. Click here to volunteer. You can also make a difference by participating in this year’s Good Deeds Days, a week-long celebration of service offering a variety of virtual and COVID-safe activities, beginning Sunday, March 14-Sunday, March 21. Inspired by the Ted Arison Family Foundation, service projects include creating flower arrangements for residents of assisted living facilities, baking challahs for the Miami Rescue Mission and more. Super Sunday and Good Deeds Days are part of 10 Days for Community, a time to come together to volunteer, connect, donate and help support vulnerable individuals among us.

Join Us for the Judicial Reception

Join Us for the Judicial Reception

Join Miami’s legal elite at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Attorneys’ Division 36th Annual Judicial Reception on Wednesday, May 5 at 5:30 p.m.

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Helping Those Facing Food Insecurity

Helping Those Facing Food Insecurity

Volunteer Jacobo Fux joined 25 volunteers who packed bags of fresh produce, challah, kosher meat and non-perishables and placed then in nearly 300 cars, serving more than 1,100 individuals.

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Teens Advocating Together

Teens Advocating Together

The second year of Teens Advocating Together, a partnership between Federation’s Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) and the Miami-Dade Branch of the NAACP, concluded last month with two days of virtual advocacy meetings with elected officials in Tallahassee.

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Learn About Severe Autism

Learn About Severe Autism

While the public perception about “living on the spectrum” is palpable, user-friendly and often characterizes those diagnosed with autism as “quirky geniuses,” it is far from reality.

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