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Jewish Federations Receive $9.5M Talent Grant from Mandel Foundation

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Jewish Federations of North America are proud to announce a new three-year $9.5 million grant from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation to build out a comprehensive talent strategy across the Federation system. This talent strategy, housed in the Jewish Federation of North America…

Jewish Federations' Response to Senate's Proposed Cut to the NSGP

Today the Senate Appropriations Homeland Security Subcommittee released its appropriations bill for the 2024 fiscal year.  The bill allocates $287 million for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program.
 
In response, SVP of Public Affairs at Jewish Federations of North America Elana Broitman sa…

Jewish Federations Respond to Advance of Reasonableness Law

In response to the Knesset’s vote earlier today on the Reasonableness Law, Jewish Federations of North America issued the following statement:


“The Jewish Federations of North America are deeply pained over the growing polarization we have witnessed in Israeli society as a result of t…

In desperate call, heads of global Jewish institutions urge for compromise

This morning, heads of the national institutions of global Jewry sent a letter to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Opposition Leader Yair Lapid expressing their concerns over the growing polarization within Israeli society resulting from the proposed judicial reforms, and urging for imm…

Jewish Federations' statement on President Herzog's address to Congress

Jewish Federations of North America issued the following statement on the occasion of President Isaac Herzog's address to Congress:


“The historic friendship between the United States and Israel is rooted in shared values, the pursuit of peace and justice and a commitment to democracy. P…