Organizations work to engage with young donors

Planned giving is something older adults tend to participate in – whether through an estate plan or annual funds. However, many organizations find themselves in need of targeting new and younger donors. Read more about the experiences of the Cleveland Federation.

Israel Emerges as Top Destination for American Teens Amid Pandemic

In the midst of the global pandemic, Israel is proving a big draw for U.S. students seeking meaningful ways to enhance their remote learning, including through programs like the Federation-supported Masa Israel Journey. Read more.

Honduras to move embassy to Jerusalem by end of 2020, Israel says

JFNA is excited about today’s announcement that Honduras will open a new embassy in Jerusalem, before the end of the year. Honduras joins a growing list of countries, spearheaded by the United States, who have recognized Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish state. Read more.

Federation delegation visits UAE, spends Rosh Hashanah with local community

Following the signing of the Abraham Accords on the White House lawn, a small delegation of Jewish Federation leaders boarded planes for the United Arab Emirates to spend the Rosh Hashanah holiday with the 1,000-strong Jewish community there and to meet with local officials. The trip comes a…

JFNA welcomes the signing of the Abraham Accords

Today, JFNA's Board Chair Mark Wilf and President & CEO Eric D. Fingerhut joined nearly 1,000 guests on the White House Lawn to witness the historic signing of the peace accords between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu‏‏ will me…