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Name Phone Denomination
Ahavat Olam 305.412.4240 Interdenominational
Aventura Chabad 305.933.0770 Orthodox
Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center 305.937.1880 Conservative
Bais Menachem of North Miami Beach 305.770.4412 Orthodox/Chabad
Beis Hamedrash Levi Yitzchok 305.673.5664 Orthodox
Beis Menachem 305.673.4444 Orthodox
Beit David Highland Lakes Shul 305.935.4140 Orthodox
Beit Rambam Congregation 305.935.6133 Orthodox
Bet Ovadia - Chabad of Miami 305.445.5444 Orthodox
Bet Shira Congregation 305.238.2601 Conservative
Beth David Congregation 305.854.3911 Nondenominational
Beth Israel Congregation 305.538.1251 Orthodox
Beth Moshe Congregation 305.891.5508 Conservative
Beth Torah Benny Rok 305.932.2829 Conservative
California Club Chabad 786.553.4453 Orthodox
Captain Hyman P. Galbut Jewish Learning Center Chabad 305.535.0094 Orthodox/Chabad
Carlebach/Kavanah Life at Ocean Pavilion 786.201.1677 Orthodox
Chabad at Midtown 305.573.9995 Orthodox/Chabad
Chabad Center for Jewish Life - NW Dade & Miami Lakes 754.244.2162 Orthodox
Chabad Chayil/The Family Shul - Jewish Center of Highland Lakes 305.770.1919 Orthodox/Chabad
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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