Jewish Federation – Israel Film Festival
All movies are available for viewing from November 4th-30th. Once you start a movie, you will have 48 hours to finish watching it. TICKET PRICE: $12 per household. Melina Rozenbaum: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rutgers Virtual Jewish Film Festival 2020
Tickets are NOW on sale for the annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival. This year, the festival will be held in a completely virtual format to ensure the safety of our valued audience. Join us from the comfort of your home as we enjoy award-winning films, LIVE discussions, and Q&A sessions with film directors and guest
Jewish Federation – Mitzvah Day on the Move
November 10 through 24, 2020 Due to the pandemic, Federation’s Mitzvah Day has been reimagined and is Mitzvah Day on the Move. You can choose one of the the six Pop-Up Mitzvah projects to do at home with your family and trusted friends. These projects will help support vulnerable women and children, seniors, the homeless,
DASH FOR DIGNITY! Join Yad Leah for a safe & socially distant 5k! Choose between 4 beautiful parks or run in your own neighborhood/treadmill. With options for both a 5k or 1 mile family walk there is something for everyone! With your help we can provide hundreds of struggling families in Israel with warm clothing
New York-based Sousa Mendes Foundation is presenting a free, open-to-the-public, virtual panel discussion. During the discussion, award-winning filmmaker Boaz Dvir will discuss “A Wing and a Prayer,” the link to which will be shared in advance with all those who register ( http://sousamendesfoundation.org/event/virtual-film-and-discussion-a-wing-and-a-prayer/ ). The hour-long PBS documentary tells the little-known story of World War
Annual event honoring community leaders, supporters and student rising stars.
Open House for Parents of Prospective Students
Board of Trustees Meeting- Jewish Federation of Northern NJ
Want to learn more about engaging with interfaith families? Not sure what kind of language and images help create a welcoming atmosphere for these families? Explore these questions.
Dustin Hausner, the Jewish Outreach and Program Director at the Wayne YMCA interviews Gabriel, co-founder of Hebrew Tattoos: Gabriel was raised in Jerusalem and currently lives in Berlin. He has studied Latin calligraphy in Munich and Hebrew calligraphy in Jerusalem. Learn about his thoughts on Jews and tattoos a subject that has divided Jews in
Jewish Federation – Women’s Philanthropy – Spotlight Federation: Preparing for changes in our aging loved ones. Where do we start?
An insightful evening featuring a Geriatrician and Lifecare Professional for the Aging, exploring issues that arise with aging loved ones. Terri F. Katz, MD Margo Tucker LSW, CSW Marin Schloss Carosia | MarinC@jfnnj.org | (201)701-4960