Sunday, July 13, 2014 Tammuz 15, 5774
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Lynne B. Edelman, Jewish Federation Feature
Five hundred adults, ages 18 and older, will receive free flu shots and lunch at the Klein JCC in Northeast Philadelphia on Sunday, Nov. 11, courtesy of the Einstein Healthcare Network. This special Mitzvah Mania immunization project, being offered from 10 a.m.to 1 p.m., is one of the many examples of the life-changing, community-transforming opportunities available during the Jewish Federation...
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While Jewish institutions in the Philadelphia area emerged from the recent storm relatively unscathed, such was not the case in New York and New Jersey, where the total cost of the devastation is still being assessed.
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In Center City and on the Main Line, Mitzvah Mania is quite literally going to the dogs. Homeless dogs and feral cats will be the beneficiaries of two family-friendly projects during Federation’s fifth annual day of community service on Sunday, Nov. 11, which will give volunteers of all ages an opportunity to enhance the quality of life for canine and...
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Do you know a motivated and inspired Jewish teen who wants to make a difference in the community? If he or she is a high school junior or senior, the Satell Teen Fellowship program for Leadership and Social Activism may be a perfect fit. This innovative program, now entering its eighth year, is a partnership between the Jewish Federation of...
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Thirteen Jewish communal agencies and synagogues that have partnered with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia in the Areivim Legacy Community Project received recognition from Federation leadership last month for successfully reaching their financial goals. Federation is working with its partners to raise community awareness about the importance of creating and building endowment funds to secure the future of our...
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