Rabbi Saul J. Berman, a leading Orthodox teacher and thinker who has made extensive contributions to the role of social ethics in synagogue life and to the understanding of the applicability of Jewish law to contemporary society, will be the featured speaker at the Joseph and Julia Macy Memorial
On Sunday, June 25, Anshe Shalom ran a blood drive sponsored and organized by The Men’s Club. Many of the shul’s congregants came to donate blood, in addition to others from across the community. Some were first-time donors, and others came with their donation
American Friends of Migdal Ohr’s strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator.
On Tuesday, July 25, from 9:00-11:00 a.m., Bikur Cholim Chesed Organization will host a task-force breakfast on compassionate person-centered care for NY/NJ nursing home administrators, assistant administrators and owners at Bikur Cholim. The focus of this annual gathering
Doug Seserman, who for 15 years has been president and chief executive officer of JEWISHcolorado, the Jewish federation in Denver, will become chief executive officer of American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (AABGU). The national organization is based in Manhattan and has nine
Young Israel of White Plains broke all previous fundraising records at its recent jewel-themed annual dinner. The dinner honored beloved lay leaders Alissa Kosowsky and Andy Pressner, Steve Laub and Craig Zern.
“Our shul is a jewel, our community is a jewel and our honorees
For the past 13 years, “Names, Not Numbers©,” a one-of-a-kind Holocaust-education program, has introduced the tragedy of the Shoah in a most unique and personal way to literally thousands of students attending yeshiva day schools and high schools throughout the New York-New Jersey area and across North America. Last year, the program
Bronx—On June 12, the Public Relations Society of America’s Big Apple chapter in New York City honored Calvary Hospital with two Big Apple Awards for “From Darkness to Light: Restoring Life to a 135-year-old Torah Scroll.” The hospital topped the categories for (1) Community Relations: Campaigns of $150,000 and