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Jewish Federation Launches New Website

The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia rolled out a brand-new website this week. It’s not just a fresh look. It’s your gateway to the...

Six Million Jewish Martyrs Remembered for 53rd Year

Friends greeted each other before the ceremony began: “I didn’t know you were involved with this,” said one attendee. “My parents are survivors. I was...

Rabbi Gary Charlestein Handles Communal and Business Commitments With Aplomb

From Torah to toothpaste, Rabbi Gary Charlestein has many areas of expertise. Whether he’s coordinating rabbi-led lunch-and-learn sessions or working at his family’s fourth-generation...

Community Joins Together to Honor the Six Million Jewish Martyrs

The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s annual Memorial Ceremony for the Six Million Jewish Martyrs welcomed more than 500 community members this past Sunday...

Tikkun Olam Society Luncheon Honors Community Members’ Foresight, Generosity

On April 6, 40 community members braved a torrential downpour to join the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia for its second-annual Tikkun Olam Society...

Circle of Partners Celebration to Feature Television, Film and Broadway Star Erich Bergen

Circle of Partners, established in 1996 and now more than 5,000 members strong, recognizes members of the community who have supported the Jewish Federation...

Free Community Program to Explore Mental Illness

On Wed., April 26 award-winning journalist and best-selling author Stephen Fried will present a workshop entitled “Open Hearts Open Minds ... a Conversation about...

Luncheon to Look at ‘Faith, Race and Inclusion’

Event Chairs Andrea Barsky and Sharon Greis invite Women of Vision members, along with their friends and family, to an important discussion,  “Jewish Women...

Event Celebrates the Power of Women’s Generosity

On Tues., April 4, nearly 300 women joined the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s Women’s Philanthropy for a night out at the Women’s Event...

Teaching Students to Become ‘Upstanders’

Imagine the “typical” day of today's 16-year-old: going to school, studying, making plans with friends, using the phone, maybe learning to drive. Now consider...