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Federation Priorities in President Biden's Proposed FY 2024 Budget

President Biden submitted his Fiscal Year 2024 Budget to Congress on March 9, 2023. Totaling $6.9 trillion, this proposal includes critical investments in Jewish Federation priorities including support for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program, Holocaust survivors, Israel, and health care. Je…

In Israel, 30 Federation leaders share concern over judicial reform

During special 24-hour fly-in, North American Jewish leaders urge for immediate compromise, say continuing to move the bills forward as currently formulated is causing harm that will not be easily repaired. 

Thirty Federation leaders representing communities across the United States and C…

Jewish Federations Advocate on Behalf of Displaced Ukrainians

Jewish Federations of North America welcome today’s announcement from the Department of Homeland Security that humanitarian parole for Ukrainians whose one-year admission was in danger of lapsing will be extended automatically by another year. This announcement means that as many as 20,000…

Three weeks after quakes, Jewish Federations continue to provide relief

Photo Credit: JDC

With over 1 million individuals displaced in Turkey, Jewish Federations of North America continues to support recovery efforts and to provide critical humanitarian aid to victims of the deadly quakes.

Working with our core partner JDC (American Jewish Joint Distribution…

Jewish orgs call on DHS to extend expiring protections of 20,000 Ukrainians

Three major Jewish organizations representing thousands of local affiliate organizations and thousands of displaced Ukrainian refugees are calling for increased protections for up to 20,000 displaced Ukrainians living in the United States, just as the one-year parole of thousands of Ukrainia…

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