Friday, November 21, 2014 Heshvan 28, 5775

Amishai Gottlieb

Multimedia Reporter
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A new Amazon-style website run by Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Greater Philadelphia will allow donors to directly purchase goods for those in need.
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After learning that a Jewish camper who was struck by lightning last summer would be in the area for pain treatments, a group of local well-wishers joined forces to offer meals, rides and support during his stay.
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The calendar, which is organized by the Jewish Special Needs Consortium, will allow the special needs community greater awareness about events accessible to those with disabilities.
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The exhibit, which was organized by counselors of the Habonim Dror youth movement, recalls the life achievements of slain Israeli leader Yitzhak Rabin.
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Jewish groups catering to students and young professionals have begun programming for interfaith couples in hopes of creating a welcoming community where they can feel comfortable navigating the complexities of their different backgrounds.
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Profile

Amishai Gottlieb, a Mt. Airy native, joined the Jewish Exponent as a multimedia reporter in January 2014.

He made aliyah in 2006 and served as a paratrooper in the IDF. After his army service Amishai worked as a breaking news editor for the Jerusalem Post and he completed his B.A. in English Literature at Bar Ilan University in 2013.

He moved back to the Philadelphia area in November 2013.

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