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Mar 24, 2022

Read About Federation’s Support of Relief Efforts in Ukraine

The world’s attention has been on Russia’s unprovoked invasion of democratic Ukraine, which has become the largest war in Europe since World War II. We have seen the television images of innocent civilians dying, the evacuation of 4 million Ukrainians who are seeking refuge in foreign countries and the devastation of Ukrainian cities and towns. Amid the tragedies, we have also seen the compassionate responses around the world, including from our Jewish community. Federation is supporting the work of our overseas partners — the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), The Jewish Agency for Israel and World ORT — as they provide humanitarian life-saving services for the citizens of Ukraine and aid those who are finding safety and refuge in Israel. Click here to read more about the work of the Federation system in the region. Click here to donate to the Federation Ukraine Emergency Fund to immediately help these efforts.

High Holiday Welcome Program

High Holiday Welcome Program

The High Holiday Welcome Program, a partnership between the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami and numerous Miami-Dade County synagogues that provides a limited number of seats at no charge for holiday services to unaffiliated members of our community, ends this Sunday, September 18.

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Ethiopian Olim

Ethiopian Olim

Israel has welcomed more than 200 Ethiopians as they fulfilled a lifelong dream of aliyah and were reunited with family members already in Israel, some of whom have been waiting anxiously for decades to see their loved ones.

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Refuat Ha-Nefesh

Refuat Ha-Nefesh

Federation’s Mishkan Miami is accepting applications for Refuat Ha-Nefesh, a unique volunteer training program in the art of Jewish spiritual care.

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Refugees in Moldova

Refugees in Moldova

See how Federation overseas partner the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) is coming to the emotional, physical and financial aid of Ukrainian refugees facing the most difficult circumstances in their lives.

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