Thursday, May 28, 2015 Sivan 10, 5775
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Amy Purdy, JF Feature
This is the fourth article in a Federation series on area day schools. Support for Jewish education is a core priority of the Federation of Greater Philadelphia. Past articles and photos are posted on www.jewishphilly.org on the community page. Students at Stern Hebrew High School, the only Modern Orthodox high school in the Greater Philadelphia area, divide their day equally...
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With donations down, what will happen to various groups, programs and services?
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Before the financial crisis hit, all signs pointed upward for Moving Traditions. The national organization -- founded four years ago and based in Jenkintown -- fosters Jewish identity through the lens of gender. It had expanded its signature program, "Rosh Hodesh: It's a Girl Thing!," far beyond its local roots, establishing groups throughout the country. And donors appeared willing to...
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Thousands show their love for Israel at Federation festival
On Sunday, May 17, Federation threw a party to celebrate Israel's 61st anniversary of independence and the centennial birthday of the founding of Tel Aviv. Nearly 5,000 people RSVPed with a resounding "yes" and flocked to Philadelphia's Penn's Landing for an afternoon of music, food and fun. Rami Kleinstein, a multi-platinum recording artist who is often referred to as Israel's...
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The board of trustees of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia has approved the allocation of more than $23.2 million to a broad swath of Jewish programs, projects and institutions in the region and beyond. In a nod to grim economic realities and increased communal need, Federation shifted a greater percentage of its resources to social-service and critical-needs programs, while,...
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For Bill Mills, president of PNC for Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, corporate philanthropy is a classic "win-win" situation. "PNC is an important stakeholder in the Greater Philadelphia region, where thousands of our employees and customers live and work," he said. "The more we can do to make our community a better place, the better PNC will do, and the...
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