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Whether it’s a Chanukah party in Budapest, a training for farmers in Ethiopia, or a historical lecture at a New York City museum, there’s always something amazing happening in the JDC world. See it for yourself on a mission, or hear from one of our experts at a special event.

JDC Missions & Events

  • New Trends in Philanthropy: What We Can Learn from Giving Patterns of Millennials and Generation Z

    Webinar

    New Trends in Philanthropy: What We Can Learn from Giving Patterns of Millennials and Generation Z

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    January 19, 2021

    Time

    7:00pm ET

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  • JDC Archives Rare Archival Film Footage from Eastern Europe

    Film Screening

    JDC Archives Rare Archival Film Footage from Eastern Europe

    Date

    January 27, 2021

    Time

    2pm-3:30pm EST

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  • JDC Entwine’s Virtual Meeting Place for Young Adults

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Insider Trips with JDC Entwine

Entwine Insider Trips provide unparalleled cultural immersion and global exchange, complemented by dynamic conversations around the value of global Jewish responsibility. Whether salsa dancing at a synagogue in Havana, sharing tea with a babushka in Odessa, or exploring the souk in Marrakesh, discover  the Jewish world like you’ve never seen it before.

Videos

Liudmila: Kiev's Queen of Chess

In 1960, Liudmila was the top chess player in Ukraine and a member of the Soviet Union’s national team. But life has been cruel to Liudmila. She was born in evacuation, 1,500 kilometers from Kiev, in a Russian city where her family had fled to escape the Nazis. And though she worked in a factory for decades, the collapse of the Soviet Union left her with a pension of less than $2/day.

Liudmila worked hard her whole life, only to end up alone in poverty. Now it’s up to us to help her.

Farming from the Heart: Mudin's Story
Proud and Not Afraid: Alla's Story
Love and Independence: Lior and Lotem's Story
"We're Surviving, and We Will Not Stop": Jewish Life in Warsaw
Inna: One Miracle Worker's Story

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