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Crisis in Ukraine: September 15

In what many believe was a significant turning point in the war this week, the Ukrainian army launched a major counter-offensive against Russian forces and succeeded in recapturing territory lost in the early stages of the invasion and dealing a severe blow to Russian supply chains. At the s…

We applaud the Senate Appropriations Committee

Jewish Federations applaud the Senate Appropriations Committee for including key legislative priorities in its Fiscal Year 2023 appropriations package that will help Jewish communities stay safe, secure, and healthy, and allow them to continue flourishing.


Below are some of the top priorit…

Jewish Federations Unveil Major Analysis of Needs of Partners in Ukraine

Jewish Federations of North America unveiled a significant analysis of the emergency needs of the dozens of relief organizations they are supporting in Ukraine, projecting a total of $99 million in needs through the end of December.


The needs are broken down into humanitarian relief in Ukr…

A Journey Across Four Cities Leads to Safety

For Tatiana Davidovna Sitnik, the war started eight years ago in March 2014. At the time, Sitnik lived with her family, including her daughter’s two-month-old infant, near Donbas, Ukraine, where a civil war broke out. Weary of conflict, the family moved to Kyiv.

However, this time, Sitnik…