Taking action through advocacy during JDAIM (op-ed)

More than 200 advocates took to Capitol Hill last week for Jewish Disability Advocacy Day. Two participants share their experiences. Read more

'Justice, justice you shall pursue' (op-ed)

February is Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month and must be used as a time to advocate for Jews with disabilities, writes Federations' lead advocate in Washington, DC, William Daroff. Read more.

#ActNowHouston launched to support urgent Houston recovery needs

As recovery from the devastating Hurricane Harvey continues, the Leadership Coalition for Jewish Service – including many Federation-funded organizations – is partnering with the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston to place recruited volunteer groups with on-the-ground agencies. Read more.

Advocates and activists come together in DC and Ottawa

Jewish communities across the U.S. and Canada mobilize for the largest Jewish Disability Advocacy Day ever. Read more.

A conversation with Selfhelp, a nonprofit that helps Holocaust survivors

A leading Jewish podcast spotlights Federations’ work with Holocaust survivors through UJA-Federation of New York beneficiary Selfhelp Community Services. Read more.