JDC-Israel Team Swaps Expertise on Serving the Disabled

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Our hats off to the JDC delegation of Israeli experts and government officials serving the disabled who visited New York City and Boston last week to meet with their American counterparts and tour local facilities and programs. The visit was an outreach effort of Israel Unlimited, a pioneering partnership of JDC, the Ruderman Family Foundation, and the Government of Israel to meet the needs of Israel’s 700,000 disabled adults and improve their ability to live independently and integrate into Israeli society.

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It’s Showtime: Theatre for Social Development Helps Haitians Heal

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While quake-shattered Haiti still has many challenges ahead, the road to recovery has already been speckled with creative initiatives to help mend the lives of those affected by the disaster. With JDC support, members of the Bond Street Theatre (BST) company recently traveled to Port-au-Princeto develop the Theatre for Social Development: Haiti program. BST’s unique model, specializing in non-verbal street performances, has garnered social improvement and positively impacted the well-being and life skills of children and in crisis-hit communities in South America, Israel, China, Indonesia, Pakistan, India, Myanmar, and beyond. We’re proud to say that JDC has previously supported BST’s work in the Balkans!

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Calling Young Professionals: JDC Has a Trip for You!

We’re thrilled to highlight three unique young professionals study, service, and travel opportunities with JDC. One might be right for you!

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Jointnik Uncovers Roots on New JDC Site

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We’re thrilled for current Jointnik and former JDC Jewish Service Corps Fellow Gila Ward Menda, who logged on to JDC’s recently launched Our Shared Legacy site to discover a piece of her own family history. The site allows visitors to search a database of over 500,000 names and photos from 14 countries where JDC worked to help Jews in need during and following World War II. Gila intuited that the newly accessible trove might hold records of her grandfather’s experience during the Holocaust or his voyage to America. Find out what she uncovered on the JDC: In Service blog. And explore Our Shared Legacy for yourself to see if a piece of your family story might be just a mouse click away.

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History Meets Technology: JDC’s ‘Shared Legacy’ Archive Launch

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For the first time in its history, JDC has made its incredible collection of historic records and photographs from the Holocaust period available online on its Shared Legacy website.

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