National Blue Ribbon designation of "Exemplary High Performing" school awarded to Meyer Academy.
Friedman CJE's J.N. Somers YAD Hebrew School for Children With Special Needs sparks wonder and inquiry every Sunday with a low student-teacher ratio.
Discover Jewish history, traditions, faith and culture and explore the timeless richness and core values of Judaism as a family.
New building, new names: Mandel JCC, Palm Beach Gardens and Mandel JCC, Boynton Beach, The Lore & Eric F. Ross Building.
Recruits are needed to participate in the Enhanced Companion program, which provides in-home assistance to seniors to help them maintain their independence.
Read Rabbi Bernstein's latest blog entry from The "Huffington Post".
Jews are Jews, wherever we are...
Partnership 2Gether's Steering Committee visits the TZAHAR Region.
Federation's Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) and other local organizations host educational program
JCC's Camp Tikvah Receives Gift From Pythian Youth Foundation
Experimental learning experience for Meyer Academy 7th graders tied to middle school International Baccalaureate (IB) program
Camp Shalom's Special Needs Program is consistently regarded as the community's archetype of inclusion and day camp programming.
$2 Million Contribution for Construction of JCC Gymnasium
Temple Beth Am emphasizes voluntary pledges and contributions
PJ Library reaches families where they are, not where we want them to be, by sending a free Jewish book directly to 1200 children in our community each month.
Making our community a better place: Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County’s Young Women’s Group
Federation Supports and Promotes the Joy of Reading with WILD 95.5 Radio
Seventeen of the 37 students at the Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy qualify to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP).
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Apply now for an Innovation Grant of up to $3,000 for community synagogues looking to reach out with innovative, experimental and courageous new programs. Deadline is May 1, 2017.
Here is some background information you should know about Federation's new professional leader.
Join hundreds of community members to celebrate Israeli arts and culture with events across Palm Beach County.
Join together with like-minded professionals to hear from Palm Beach County legislators about changes to Florida law and their impact on our community.
David, our new Chief Development Officer was featured among top local executives. See how he is working to provide community members with more opportunities to transform, inspire and save lives.
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