On the Ground in Ecuador, Delivering Critical Aid

JDC's disaster relief expert and field medic Mike Attinson and JDC Latin America community development expert Viviana Bendersky are on the ground in Ecuador, coordinating JDC's response.

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NFTE Takes Bite Out Of Big Apple

By: Jamie Epstein

photo: photo credit: Jamie Epstein/JDC

Living in Jerusalem, 17-year-old Yaron Ohayon cares for his elderly father when he isn’t in school. Before enrolling in the Amal Lady Davis High School, Yaron dropped out of four other schools.

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Gratitude and Action: Coming Together to Do Good

By: Rebecca Neuwirth

My friends Ron Burton and Steve Silverman set off a month ago to help underprivileged children in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union to attend a most amazing summer camp.

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Seeking Refuge: From Immigrant To Immigration Advocate

By: Lana Alman

Tags: Entwine

It said “Jew” in our passports. This is what motivated my parents to take the courageous act of leaving everything behind in search of refuge in the U.S.

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In Moscow, Powerful Play Bridges Generations

The experience was meaningful for both the teens and the elderly clients – an event to remember for vulnerable Jews who rarely get the chance to leave their homes.

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