Jewish Refugee Reunites With Neighbor — 80 Years Later
A story highlighting a WWII-focused episode of the PBS series, We’ll Meet Again, which featured JDC.
We’ll Meet Again
In the premiere episode of the new PBS series, JDC helps a former Jewish refugee reconnect with a family friend from the Shanghai Ghetto, where JDC supported thousands during WWII.
After Leading Edge, Best Practices for Engaging Millennial Jewish Professionals
A personal piece by two JDC Entwine Global JSC Fellows highlighting best practices for Jewish organizations to prepare for the inclusion of young Jews in their professional ranks.
The Unsung, Unfinished Legacy of Isaac Giterman
JDC CEO David Schizer remembers forgotten JDC and Warsaw Ghetto Uprising hero Isaac Giterman on the 75th anniversary of his death.
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Teen helps repair the world through philanthropy
A piece highlighting a project of the Jewish Teen Foundation, which gave money to a JDC project that was then matched by JDC for increased impact.
Noted and Quoted
JDC’s recent AJT Conference in Kharkov, Ukraine is showcased in a news brief.
How To Support Jewish Organizations That Provide Hunger Relief
A piece highlighting Jewish organizations that tackle hunger, including JDC and noting the critical care we provide to poor Jewish elderly in the FSU.
Bleak Photos of Georgia’s Lonely, Dwindling Jewish Population
A photo essay highlighting Georgia’s poor, Jewish elderly includes JDC’s work aiding this population through its local Hesed social welfare center.
This December, Do More Than Just Remember the Poor
This holiday season, take action to fight poverty, especially among the world’s elderly, says JDC’s Regional Director for former Soviet Union operations.
Prestigious Fellowship Announced By Beachwood Group
A piece highlighting the 2017-2018 Roslyn Z. Wolf Cleveland-JDC International Fellow, who will be serving at Israel Unlimited.
Thriving Jewish Life in Ukraine: Could I Ever Have Imagined It?
An op-ed recounting the experience of an American BBYO participant at the AJT conference in Kharkov, his family’s ties to Ukraine, and thriving Jewish life in the country today.
An interview with Alla Magas, founder and director of JDC’s Active Jewish Teens initiative.
A Boy Murdered for his Gelt and 4 Other Wild Hanukka Stories from the Past
A Chanukah story highlighting JDC and the US Air Force for delivering candles and menorahs to German Jews finally able to openly celebrate the holiday.after WWII.
The Post-Soviet Jews Still Need Us.
The inspiring perseverance of elderly Jews in the former Soviet Union, and the need to support them, are highlighted in this op-ed for Chanukah.
JDC Chanukah Celebrations Bring Out Thousands across the Former Soviet Union
A story showcasing JDC’s Chanukah celebrations happening across the former Soviet Union.
The Times of Israel
My Jewish Future is Now
An op-ed by Eva Stupka on the transformation of her post-Soviet Jewish identity and how she became co-President of JDC’s Active Jewish Teens, the growing Jewish youth movement.
The Huffington Post
It’s easy being Jewish in New York
An op-ed by a JDC Entwine trip participant spotlighting her recent trip to Morocco.
From Rwanda, Two Visions of Tikkun Olam
An op-ed by two JDC Entwine Global Jewish Service Corps Fellows serving at the Rwandan JDC-created ASY Village.
Vail Symposium kicks off winter programming with inspiring stories from Ethiopia
A piece on the inclusion of Dr. Rick Hodes, JDC’s medical director in Ethiopia, at the Vail Symposium in Colorado.
The Jerusalem Post
World Jewry marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities
A piece spotlighting JDC-supported global activities marking International Day of Persons with Disabilities.