Come together with us as a Jewish community and help our neighbors.
When it comes to planning events for the Jewish Federation’s Young Adult Division (YAD), there are several things to take into consideration.
In 2014, Jewish Family Services (JFS) started a new program, L’Chaim, a now annual event that highlights different ways that we can each remain vibrant, active and engaged as we age.
Music is a powerful thing. It can evoke feelings of happiness and joy, or move us to tears.
In the days immediately following the tornadoes and severe weather that devastated parts of our community, Jewish Family Services has been checking on its clients – either by phone or in person when no one answered calls
Find out how you can get involved and help our community.
Reading a bedtime story is a special ritual for children and their families, and it doesn’t have to end when kids go off to Jewish Camp.
The Whim (short for What Inspires Me) was developed to communicate to our community the inspiring stories that emanate from our work as a Jewish Federation. However, my Whim this week expresses not just the inspirational but the disturbing.
On May 25th, our community will be tested
The Jewish Community Relations Council is happy to be partnering with YWCA Dayton as part of their 21 Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge.