25,000 march against anti-Semitism in New York City

An estimated 25,000 people marched across the Brooklyn Bridge and held a rally on Sunday to protest rising anti-Semitism in and around New York City. Read more.

It’s an Old and Insidious Hatred. And New Yorkers Can’t Stand for It.

Following a series of heinous attacks against Jews and Jewish institutions across New York, UJA-Federation of New York will host a Solidarity March this Sunday, which has been endorsed by The New York Times editorial board. Read more and learn more about the Solidary March.

From Our Leadership: Bringing More Light Into the World

Read a special Chanukah message from JFNA's leadership: It takes a single spark to dispel darkness, but to sustain that light takes all of our people, working together with a shared purpose.

Israel’s largest menorah is inaugurated in Sderot

The head of Federation partner The Jewish Agency for Israel thanks JFNA and other partners for helping support Israelis living near the Gaza border. Read more.

House committee increases funding for security at synagogues

JFNA helps successfully lead the effort on Capitol Hill to garner increased funding for nonprofit security grants. The legislation was approved by the U.S. House and will now go to the Senate for review. Read more.