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Jewish Federations launch earthquake relief fund

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In response to the devastating earthquakes that hit Turkey and Syria early Monday, Jewish Federations of North America have launched an earthquake relief fund to provide humanitarian aid and to support recovery efforts. Our overseas partners are on the ground in Turkey to assess the needs an…

Federations allocate $5.4M in Grants for Survivor Care

International Holocaust Remembrance Day is January 27, 2023 

Jewish Federations of North America’s Center on Holocaust Survivor Care and Institute on Aging and Trauma is proud to award grants totaling $5.4 million over two years to support Holocaust survivors and older adults with a hi…

Federations Applaud Launch of Welcome Corps to Support Refugee Resettlement

Jewish Federations of North America applaud the launch of the Welcome Corps, the new U.S. State Department refugee resettlement pilot program that empowers everyday Americans to come together to privately sponsor refugees from around the world. We look forward to the opportunity to engage ou…

Federations Allocate $3M for Masa to Bring more Young Adults from the FSU

Funds are part of Federations’ Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund that raised $84.2 million in 2022 


Responding to an increase in applications for Masa Israel Journey, Jewish Federations of North America allocated $3 million to enable an additional 1,000 young Jewish adults from FSU countries t…

The Stories that Moved Us in 2022

From the Ukraine crisis to rising antisemitism and hate crimes, the year 2022 brought with it a great deal of pain and polarization – but also hope, as Jewish Federations answered the calls to action.  We responded to multiple crises, convened major Jewish organizations, and mobilized ou…