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Jewish Federations Applaud the Senate Appropriations Committee

Jewish Federations applaud the Senate Appropriations Committee for including key legislative priorities in its Fiscal Year 2023 appropriations package that will help Jewish communities stay safe, secure, and healthy, and allow them to continue flourishing.


Below are some of the top priorit…

Assessing the Ukraine Crisis Response

Jewish Federations Saving Lives in Ukraine – Profiling the Work of 10 Grantees


The first post in this series described Jewish Federations’ investments before the Ukraine crisis and fundraising and allocations since the crisis began. The second post detailed the collective impact of…

Federations Launch $1M Resettlement Program for Ukrainian Refugees in US

Building on their long history of refugee resettlement, Jewish Federations of North America are proud to announce the launch of the Ukrainian Resettlement Grant Initiative to support refugees seeking safety in the U.S.


“The Jewish people have been refugees in so many countries, yet we ha…

Mimi Kravetz Joins Jewish Federations as new Chief Impact & Growth Officer

Jewish Federations are thrilled to announce Mimi Kravetz as their new Chief Impact and Growth Officer, a key role in growing the success both of individual Federations and of the Federation system as a whole.  


“Our investment in Impact and Growth has been transformational and is turni…

Jewish Federations and the Crisis in Ukraine: July 22, 2022

After 148 days of fighting, the fighting in Ukraine continues. As the war enters its fifth month at the beginning of next week, Jewish Federations and our partners continue to work together to ensure that urgent relief reaches the neediest, including both refugees who have fled, as well as t…