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MLK Day of Service with Federation’s Next Gen and Women’s Philanthropy

Washington Hebrew Congregation 3935 Macomb St NW, Washington, DC, United States

Join Federation’s Next Gen and Women’s Philanthropy for MLK Day of Service at Washington Hebrew Congregation as we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy with acts of service that aid people experiencing homelessness and those at-risk in our community. Both groups will join together for bagels and coffee at 9:15am before our volunteer projects

Community Webinar on Antisemitism

Virtual , United States

In the midst of rising antisemitism, please join The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington on Tuesday, January 24th at 7:00 PM (ET) for a conversation with Federation CEO, Gil Preuss, and Dr. James Loeffler, Senior Fellow of the Kogod Research Center at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, to understand the factors shaping the

Shared Destiny or Separate Paths? A New Perspective on Jewish Peoplehood

Virtual , United States

Politically and religiously, North American and Israeli Jews are increasingly growing apart. As Israel marks its 75th year of independence, can we still claim that the Jewish people share one destiny? When values and priorities diverge, can there be a collective identity? Join The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, in partnership with the Shalom Hartman

Shared Destiny | Separate Paths: A Leadership Forum on American Jewry & Israel

Downtown Washington, DC Washington, United States

American Jewry’s relationship and connection with Israel has been evolving since the State of Israel’s establishment nearly 75 years ago. Today, Jewish leaders in America and Israel are grappling with how to maintain and strengthen relations between communities with unique interests, commitments, and contexts. There has never been a more pressing time to gather preeminent

Phyllis G. Margolius Impossible Dream Award Event

Edlavitch DCJCC 1529 16th St NW, Washington, DC, United States

The Phyllis Margolius Family Foundation is proud to announce the recipient of the inaugural Phyllis G. Margolius Impossible Dream Award Rachel Gildiner Phyllis Ann Goldman Margolius, z”l, cared deeply about strengthening the Jewish community. Where others saw problems, she saw opportunities and solutions, pushing the needle forward and motivating those around her to do the

Hands-on Israel Artist Workshop with Women’s Philanthropy

Meet Federation's Community Shaliach (Israeli emissary), Abraham Belilty, for an Israeli-inspired workshop!  Join Women's Philanthropy for a hands-on workshop with Abraham Belilty, Federation's community shaliach (Israeli emissaries) to Shaare Torah. Together, we will learn about prominent and influential Israeli artist, Chanoch Piven, create our own work of art inspired by him, and explore identity and

Antisemitism on College Campuses Conversation

Bethesda, MD

A Conversation with Mark Rotenberg, VP of Hillel International and Michelle Rojas-Tal, former senior Shlicha, Hillel International & Director, Israel Fellows Program at the Jewish Agency on how the climate for Jewish students on college campuses has been affected amid the alarming uptick in antisemitic incidents across our country. Monday, May 1st | 7:00 PM -

Israel at 75 Virtual Book Series: “If All the Seas Were Ink” by Ilana Kurshan

In this five-session book series, co-sponsored by The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington and Moment Magazine, we’ll explore today’s Israel through the eyes of writers. Join us for session four to discuss If All the Seas Were Ink by Ilana Kurshan. If All the Seas Were Ink is a memoir of a young, pregnant, recently divorced American-Israeli, living

Next Gen Israel at 75 Celebration

Edlavitch DCJCC 1529 16th St NW, Washington, DC, United States

Join Federation’s Next Gen for a celebration of Israel at 75 with our Community Shlichim (Israeli emissaries)! Join Federation's Next Gen for a fun evening of schmoozing and Israel trivia to celebrate Israel’s 75th year of independence! Build community and get to know Federation's Community Shlichim (Israel Emissaries) and their inspiring personal stories. This event

Women’s Philanthropy Lion of Judah Russia Mission Reunion

Six years ago, you traveled on a powerful journey to the former Soviet Union. The shared experience offered a unique insight into the Russian Jewish community’s challenges and renewal, and of course, the opportunity to build lasting friendships and community. Today the world and region look vastly different. One year after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,

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