At Federation, we identify, evaluate and address these priorities with unparalleled commitment, passion and sensitivity. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure that needs are met to create a stronger, more vibrant Jewish community and to foster and strengthen our connection with Jews in Israel and around the world.
Providing accessible and affordable Jewish education to build and strengthen the Jewish community.
Expanding services to the most vulnerable among us to meet the growing needs of at-risk populations locally, in Israel and around the world.
Offering unwavering support for and education about Israel and 70 other Jewish communities around the world.
Responding swiftly to address the immediate needs of individuals and communities in crisis by delivering support, respite and relief.
Building a welcoming and inclusive community for all by growing the ways in which individuals are invited and encouraged to participate in Jewish life.
Increasing opportunities for meaningful connections to Jewish life to offer members of our community a multitude of ways to embark on their Jewish journey.
Avital Ingber, Zach Briton, Jeff Distenfeld, Norm Pozez and Jeff Rum recently returned from the FRD Leadership Mission to Kiev, Ukraine and Israel. below are notes from Zach and Avital written during their travels, reflecting on this meaningful opportunity to see the impact of our work firsthand. From Zach Briton: Ukraine is home to theRead more
In this week’s parasha, Beha’alotecha, the Israelites—after being in the wilderness for what seems like an eternity—are hungry, thirsty and uncertain about whether they will ever reach the Promised Land. They criticize Moses and Aaron’s leadership. They even wonder out loud if they were not better off as slaves in Egypt. And finally, we read, “TheRead more
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Spend an evening with Federation’s Jewish Food Experience® (JFE) and Young Leadership, while enjoying Tyber Creek’s delicious wood-fired fare, flights of international Rosés and a signature summer cocktail. Meet and mingle with other young professionals in the community, as well as restaurant owners, Jordan & Jonathan Stahl, and Chef Kerry Tate who helms the wood-fired ovenLearn more
Join us for Greater Washington’s third annual Grand Slam Sunday: Jewish Community Day at Nationals Park! Location: Nationals Park 1500 South Capitol St., SE Washington, DC 20003 (Metro & Parking) Time: Gates open at 11:30 a.m. Pre-game fun begins at 11:30 a.m. First pitch, 1:35 p.m. Washington Nationals vs. New York Mets Free T-shirt with every ticket purchased! Questions:Learn more