Federation Impact

On the Yahrzeit of George Floyd, Let Us Continue to Make a Difference

A Yahrzeit, the anniversary of someone’s death, is traditionally marked by lighting a candle, saying prayers, and doing good deeds to honor the name and the legacy of the one who died.


Today, May 25th, 2021, marks the first memorial for George Perry Floyd, Jr. It was the day a 9:29-minut…

Join Us: Urge Congress to Pass the Bipartisan Jabara-Heyer NO HATE Act

We stand together in support of the newly reintroduced bipartisan Jabara-Heyer NO HATE Act (H.R. 2383; S.B. 1086). Last month, national Jewish communal organizations called upon congressional leadership to speak out in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities, a…

This Passover, Help Lift Up Others


Unprecedented challenges. Growing unemployment. Widespread hunger. This Passover, help lift up the lives of millions affected by the pandemic – and make this a year different from all others. Find your Federation and give today.

See Passover events from around the Jewish community.

Celebrate Women!

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From allies to thought leaders to changemakers, we're sharing stories of women who are making an impact this International Women's Day.

Rising Up
Through their philanthropy and their hands-on community service, Federation women have always been deeply involved in repairing the world. These …

Itzhak Perlman, a Blind Rabbi & More Highlight Need for Disability Advocacy

When Israeli-American violinist Itzhak Perlman debuted at Carnegie Hall in 1963, he performed while seated — a consequence of the polio that left him unable to walk without leg braces or crutches since age 4.

"I got a standing ovation, but The New York Times reviewer wasn’t sure if that…