Phillip didn't understand what it meant to be a Jew. But that all changed one summer – and now he's an outspoken advocate for Israel. This is Phillip's story.
We stand shoulder to shoulder in firm solidarity with our Jewish brothers and sisters in Denmark – and with all of the Danish people at this very difficult time.
Right now, you have a unique opportunity to provide an educational home for generations of students at Meyer Academy’s new home in Palm Beach Gardens.
Frightening conditions in Ukraine cannot stop brave personnel with Federation's partners from providing vital assistance to Jews caught in the crossfire of the conflict.
Federation's Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) wrote Egyptian Ambassador Tawfik about a recent decision by an Egyptian court.
Palm Beach County is one of the most densely populated areas for older adults in the state. Here's a breakdown of the services we provide for this crucial part of our population.
For 20 years, our partnership with a region in Israel has changed countless lives. Now, it's time to celebrate.
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County condemns the attacks by Hezbollah against the Israel Defense Forces that killed two Israeli soldiers.
In St. Petersburg, Russia – where Jewish life was once nearly wiped out – the Jewish community is experiencing an inspiring resurgence of connections and vibrancy, thanks largely to a partnership with our local community.
As anti-Semitism rages across Europe, a surge of Jews living in hotbeds of violence and danger are choosing to make Israel their new home. That's where you come in.
Federation and its local partners – who care for a wide range of vulnerable populations – sat down with legislators about the unique needs of our community.
Meyer Academy's new home is beautiful from any angle – but students got firsthand experience with how to capture breathtaking images of their school from the sky.
Students in our partnership region in Israel rank among the lowest nationwide in English skills. We're taking action to turn this around. You may be surprised how you can help.
We’re just days into 2015 – and we are already seeing more people than ever taking part in our efforts to provide vital programs and services for the Jewish people:
A Birthright group from UCF got a little piece of home – even though they were on the other side of the globe.
The new home of Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy is already becoming an epicenter of community building.
Stories like Logan and Andy's prove that friendships created through programs like Mentoring 4 Kids can inspire young people to overcome tragedy and work toward their dreams.
Special needs children and their families recently enjoyed a unique adventure through nature – with a distinct Israeli spin.
Federation expresses pain and solidarity with the people of France during this time of sadness and fear.
Federation’s Women’s Philanthropy and Kol Isha young women's group joined together for a night of arts and crafts, cross-generational bonding and giving back to our community.
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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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