Hanukkah, in all its light, rises among post-Soviet Jewry
For Chanukah, JDC CEO David Schizer reveals the untold story of post-Soviet Jews, their triumphant revival, and the plight of Jewish elderly.
Wall Street Journal
Education and Anti-Semitism – Too many young Europeans know little about their brutal past.
An editorial discussing the importance of Holocaust education in fighting anti-Semitism highlighted JDC’s recent European Jewish Leaders Survey.
The Jerusalem Post
Anti-Semitism in Europe
This editorial features data from the JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey discussing the state of anti-Semitism in Europe.
The Jewish Week
From Kiev To Croatia, Jewish Teen Life Is Thriving Against The Odds
Ezra Moses, a former JDC-BBYO Fellow, wrote an op-ed for The Jewish Week on his recent experience at JDC’s Active Jewish Teens convention in Kiev.
Giving Tuesday Streamathon
Giving Tuesday Streamathon: JDC
Marjory Appel, JDC’s Chief Marketing Officer, spoke with Forbes’ Devin Thorpe on Giving Tuesday about JDC’s end of year campaign to raise money to support the elderly in the FSU.
Survey of European Jewish Leaders Shows Rising Concern About Antisemitism, Growing Support for Israel, With Jewish Education as Top Priority
In a news analysis, JDC CEO David Schizer is interviewed about JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey and its impact on Jews in Europe in coming years.
European Jewish communal leaders: Apathy and internal alienation a greater threat to our future here than antisemitism
An analysis of the findings from the JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey, including data on the alienation of Jews from communal life and lack of engagement by communal members.
Most European Jewish Leaders Expect to Face More anti-Semitism, New Survey Finds
In this piece, Haaretz spotlights JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey and a link between rising anti-Semitism in their respective countries and events in Israel.
New European Jewish Leaders Survey: Staying Put, Despite Growing Concern
An op-ed on JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey explores critical findings and trends to be addressed by those work on the Jewish future in Europe.
The Jerusalem Post
Poll: European Jewish leaders won’t emigrate despite rising antisemitism
JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey found that European Jewish leaders are featured in a piece highlighting top level findings.
Support for Israel up among European Jewish leaders, survey finds
Featuring data from the JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey, increase of political support for Israel among European Jewish community leaders is noted
Survey: Despite uptick in anti-Semitism, European Jews plan to stay put for now
JDC’s 4th European Jewish Leaders Survey was featured of this piece discussing European Jewry and trends in emigration and anti-Semitism.
The top 50 charities and how much they actually donated last year
JDC is featured on this list of 2017’s top 50 charities on Business Insiders’ general news site.
The Times of Israel
A Post-Soviet Lesson in Building Jewish Identity
JDC CEO David Schizer’s op-ed explores Jewish teen engagement, volunteerism, and the revival of Jewish life in the FSU
Hungarian Jews examine long-lost identity, and a JCC is there to help them
A profile of JDC’s JCC Budapest and its director Zsuzsa Fritz and how they are reconnecting scores of Jews to their heritage.
Crains New York
Metro Area’s Largest Non Profits
JDC ranks among the top ten of the metro’s area largest nonprofits.
Teen meeting of minds to build connections, serve Jewish communities in FSU
A feature on Jewish teens gathered at the JDC’s Active Jewish Teens (AJT) Conference in Kiev, to celebrate their Jewish identity, build connections and learn how to serve their communities.
JDC is featured on the 30th annual NPT100 list, the oldest study of its kind, taking an in-depth look at the nation’s largest nonprofits
Chronicle of Philanthropy
America’s Favorite Charities
As a part of its America’s Favorite Charities list, the Chronicle of Philanthropy featured JDC as an example of non-profit success in the last decade.
Eastern Europe is changing. How we deliver care to Jewish elderly has to change with it.
For Rosh Hashanah, JDC CEO David Schizer highlights the critical needs of Jewish seniors in the former Soviet Union and how we are modernizing our operation to continue their care for the New Year and decades beyond.