JDC provides Rosh Hashanah aid to elderly Jews in the former Soviet Union
Coverage of JDC’s holiday aid to elderly Jews in the former Soviet Union, spotlighting our partnerships with IFCJ and Claims Conference.
Planned Gifts as Fundraising Stability
An op-ed co-written by JDC’s Pamela Bennett and Hadassah’s Lori Lasson on four key tips for successful planned giving.
This Year, Remember the World’s Poorest Jews
JDC CEO David Schizer spotlights the needs of poor Jewish elderly in the former Soviet Union, urging the Jewish community to add this plight to its agenda in the New Year.
How A Mumbai Cook Prepares For Rosh Hashanah
In time for the holiday, a story highlights Rosh Hashanah in India and its traditional foods, mentioning JDC and its work with the community.
Kiev’s new JCC celebrates marriage of elderly couple who met there
A story on the marriage of an elderly couple who met at JDC’s Halom Jewish Community Center in Kiev, Ukraine.
Hurricane Irma victims need your help
Impact Your World, CNN’s news section devoted to humanitarian needs, highlights JDC among other groups responding to Hurricane Irma.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
An Unorthodox Hire
A major profile of JDC CEO David Schizer spotlights his esteemed career, the work of JDC, and his plans to bolster the global aid group.
The Australian Financial Review
Escape to Shanghai – the Jews who discovered an unlikely refuge from the Nazis
In a profile, Peter Nash’s memoir on his time in Shanghai after escaping the Holocaust is featured along with JDC’s work helping Jewish refugees in the city.
The Times of Israel
A “Best-Kept Secret” Unveiled
JDC’s current and past work aiding Jews in need globally were highlighted at an event in the Hamptons. JDC Board Member Michele Rosen and JDC experts were quoted.
Doctor Who Helps Destitute in Ethiopia to Speak at Duke Sept. 14
A piece spotlighting an upcoming lecture by Dr. Rick Hodes, JDC’s medical director in Ethiopia.
East Hampton Star
A Formula for Doing Good
Lessons from JDC-supported volunteers in Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Nepal benefit us all, writes JDC Board Member Michele Rosen.
New JDC Head David Schizer Casts Hopeful Eye on Jewish Future East of Danube River
JDC CEO David Schizer shares his bullish take on the Jewish future from recent travels to Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Treasures of New York
A series highlighting elite New York City institutions focused on JDC partner UJA-Federation of New York, including a segment on JDC’s global work featuring CEO David Schizer.
The Jerusalem Report
In the Land of the Trident
A story on the plight of Jews in Ukraine, highlighting JDC’s aid for displaced Jews now living in Kiev.
The Jewish Week
From Hungary, a Lesson in Building Community
JDC CEO David Schizer shares his experience of thriving Jewish life in Hungary today, including the Szarvas International Jewish Summer Camp, noting JDC’s ongoing contribution to this phenomenon.
Nourishing Hungarian Jewish organizations, with help from S.F.
A feature on the JDC-created Moziak Hub in Budapest that supports grassroots innovation among rising Jewish leaders and Jewish Hungarian startups.
The Jewish News in Phoenix
North African Jewish communities remain dedicated to building future
An interview with JDC’s Valerie Davis Allouche highlighting the small but thriving Jewish communities of Morocco and Tunisia.
Why Charles Jordan’s Death Remains A Puzzling Cold War Mystery
A piece marking the 50th anniversary of the death of JDC’s legendary Executive Vice Chairman Charles Jordan.
Times of Israel
A tropical story of diamonds and Holocaust survival in ‘Cuba’s Forgotten Jewels’
A story highlighting the winning film of the JDC Archive Documentary Film Grant, quoting JDC Board Member Jane Swergold and JDC’s Linda Levi.
The Jerusalem Post
JDC Sees Jewish Volunteering Bloom in Europe and FSU
A story highlighting the growth of volunteer opportunities at JDC summer activities in Europe and the former Soviet Union.