Inside JFNA’s lobbying efforts on the COVID-19 relief bill

Learn how JFNA's work in Washington is helping shape new COVID legislation as it races through Congress. Read more.

With $10 million grants, the Jewish community’s rescue fund eyes the future

Even as the United States reports more than 500,000 coronavirus deaths, the number of cases is falling sharply. A group of philanthropies that has helped to buoy Jewish organizations during the pandemic believes that now is the time to start thinking about what post-pandemic Jewish life w…

Dallas Jewish community weathers deadly winter storm

Texans are facing a brutal winter storm that has shut off power to millions across the state. Mariam Shpeen Feist, the CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas, is working with local Jewish organizations to support community members through meal deliveries, temporary housing and provid…

Jewish Future Pledge launches partnerships with 12 Federations

JFNA announced their first cohort of local Federations for a two-year pilot program to proliferate a culture of legacy giving in communities across North America. Read more.

Jewish camps are ready to open this summer. Will states let them?

After a year in which only a small fraction of overnight camps chose to operate in the United States, almost every Jewish camp in the country is planning to open this summer. The thought of returning to cabins, campfires and friends this summer is like light at the end of the tunnel for many…