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Kraków · Kraków

On the Ground in Krakow: Assisting Ukrainian Refugees in Poland, AZ Jewish Post

Bruce Jacobson (left), Mike Jacobson (right)I recently returned from two weeks in Krakow, Poland, volunteering with the team at the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Krakow in their terrific effort to assist Ukrainian refugees. I traveled to Poland with my brother, Bruce Jacobson, who lives in South Carolina.Our contact was Jonathan Ornstein, Executive Director of the Krakow JCC.See the Story
Tucson · Tucson

JFCS Honors Jill Rozenzweig with Programs, Fund, AZ Jewish Post

Jill Rozenzweig Z”LJill Rozenzweig (of blessed memory) was a longtime advocate of children and believed that services for at-risk children could change the trajectory of their lives. Jewish Family & Children’s Services (JFCS) continues to support her vision with a variety of programs and services.One of these services includes trauma-informed therapy for children experiencing mental health concerns.See the Story
Tucson · Tucson

Two Young Jewish Tucsonans Honored in Biz Tucson’s 22 Rising Stars to Watch Issue, AZ Jewish Post

Lindsey Baker (left), Jeremy Sharpe (right)Former Jewish Philanthropies of Southern Arizona (JPSA) COO Lindsey Baker and current JPSA board member Jeremy Sharpe are both honored in Biz Tucson’s current issue as members of “22 Rising Stars to Watch: Tucson’s Next Generation of Leaders”.See the Story
Tucson · Tucson

SandRuby Adds Secure Space for New Program, AZ Jewish Post

As an adult community day program and part of the Handmaker Family of Services, SandRuby Community Programs has been providing care for adults, and respite for their caregivers, for many years.See the Story
Tucson · Tucson

TJMHC honors legal pioneer in new exhibit, AZ Jewish Post

Rose SilverA new exhibit, “Here at Our Sunset Gates: The Life and Legacy of Rose Silver,” has opened at the Tucson Jewish Museum & Holocaust Center (TJMHC).Rose Sosnowski Silver was a Jewish immigrant from Vienna, Austria, who became the second woman to graduate from the University of Arizona College of Law.See the Story
Israel · Israel

THA 8th Graders Go to Israel!, AZ Jewish Post

After two consecutive years of having to cancel their trip to Israel due to Covid, Tucson Hebrew Academy (THA) has resumed the trip this year, and their 8th graders are having a blast!They arrived in Israel on Erev Yom HaZikaron (the eve of Israel’s Memorial Day) and joined the Chaim Herzog Gimnasia school in Hulon for a meaningful Yom HaZikaron ceremony.See the Story
Ukraine · Ukraine

UArizona Course to Spotlight Real-Time, On-the-Ground Human Rights Practitioners in Ukraine, AZ Jewish Post

As the crisis unfolds in Ukraine, the University of Arizona is offering unprecedented real-time online access to human rights practitioners who are actively working within Ukraine and neighboring countries.See the Story
Tucson · Tucson

Of Blessed Memory: Edward Feder, AZ Jewish Post

Ed passed away April 27, 2022, at the age of 95. He was born in Chicago. He is survived by his two sons Mark and Mike, and his sister Libby Hoffman. He also leaves four beautiful grandchildren – Rosanne, Tami, Nate, and Kevin; and five great-grandchildren – Brennan, Sienna, Hailey, Andrew, and Diego.Ed was born and raised in Chicago where he met his wife, Fern, and raised their two sons. They were married in 1949.See the Story

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