As this conflict rages, we are committed to sharing community events, webinars, and other resources to learn about the situation on the ground.
Many of us have family and friends in Israel. While we cannot remove someone’s pain, the act of letting someone know that they are not alone is an important gesture. Send a text or email letting them know they are in our hearts. Also, please let us know if you know anyone in Israel by emailing us at email@example.com
As our community reels from the brutal terror attacks by Hamas on the Jewish State, and the barrage of anti-Israel, antisemitic displays, and disinformation campaigns in school and on social media, NOW, more than ever, we must empower our students and ourselves to be educated, strong Jewish advocates
Join us on Sunday, November 19 from 1-3 pm at the JCC for a summit on antisemitism in coordination with the ADL and AJC. This program will include concurrent sessions for parents and their children to educate on how to combat antisemitism, hate, and intolerance in educational institutions and online, and help prepare our children for the antisemitism they may encounter.
This program will definitely include 9-12 graders and we are hoping to confirm a second facilitator for our Middle school kids. Please stay tuned. Parents of all age children can attend this program.
Please contact the Israeli Consulate in New York at 917-756-8387 or 212-499-5321 for information about relatives or loved ones currently in Israel.
Learn about the safety measures being taken to support Jewish students:
Comprehensive briefing on Israel at war with:
Learn about how we are coming together as a Jewish people, united in our mission to rebuild communities and rehabilitate the lives of families and individuals shattered by the horrific attacks by Hamas. As The Jewish Agency, it is our duty to give hope to the survivors of the attacks and to provide expanded assistance to the Olim, senior citizens and Holocaust survivors living.
Jewish Federations held a webinar with the latest developments.