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Jewish camps are ready to open this summer. Will states let them?

After a year in which only a small fraction of overnight camps chose to operate in the United States, almost every Jewish camp in the country is planning to open this summer. The thought of returning to cabins, campfires and friends this summer is like light at the end of the tunnel for many…

New dental school program helps Holocaust survivors

The Rutgers School of Dental Medicine (RSDM) is participating in a program for Holocaust survivors developed through a partnership between the school and the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ. Read more.

Donor-advised funds are the future of the Jewish Future Pledge

The Jewish Future Pledge debuted back in May by announcing that some of the biggest names in Jewish philanthropy, like Bernie Marcus and Charles Bronfman, had vowed to direct at least half of the charitable donations in their estate plans to Jewish and Israel-related causes. Now its leaders …

Oklahoma mayors speak out against antisemitism

Two Oklahoma mayors recently joined an initiative aimed at combating a rise of antisemitic rhetoric and violence across the country, a decision applauded by the the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City. Read more.

What can U.S. Jews expect from the first 100 days?

At JFNA's Virtual Mission to Washington, Cedric Richmond, Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, said that the administration recognizes the growing antisemitism and division in our country, and "we have to tackle that.” Read more.