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Federal Funds for Vital Federation Programs to be Discussed on Capital Hill

DC Alert: Federal funds that support vital federation programs, such as the Nonprofit Security Grants and the Holocaust Survivor Assistance, will be discussed on Capitol Hill over the next 5 weeks. Contact your Senators and Members of Congress. Learn more.

 

Federations and Philanthropy News Update, November 4, 2015

White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough will address the closing plenary at Federations' General Assembly next week. Register now.


With Federation support, the House of Representatives passes a resolution calling on the United States to urge European governments to act to keep their Jew…

Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care Now Accepting Proposals

Federations’ New Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Careis now accepting proposals to expand survivor care services throughout the US. Deadline to express intent to apply is Nov. 13; applications are due Dec. 2. More information.

Federations and Philanthropy News Update, November 2, 2015

Economic independence remains a major concern for those with disabilities, according to experts at the Ruderman Family Foundation’s Inclusion Summit, co-sponsored by Federations.
 


Meanwhile, Federations are fea…

Nominate a Local Visionary for the 2016 Charles Bronfman Prize

Federations are encouraged to nominate a local visionary for the 2016 Charles Bronfman Prize, which, for over a decade, has annually recognized one young Jewish humanitarian working to create global change. Learn more and submit a nominee for the annual $100,000 award by Dec. 15.