A Gift that Changes Lives - The Joint launches the Gift Market
Buy a meal for a needy Jewish family in the former Soviet Union, send a Jewish child to summer camp…
When Jewish girls in Bulgaria dress up this week as Queen Esther, they’re not only reenacting Purim’s ancient tale of rescue – they are commemorating the fact that their own community was saved from extinction at the hands of the Nazis during World War II. It is the stuff of legend and great pride for Bulgarian Jews, who also have a local connection to the universal lesson of the Jews of Sushan, that remarkable things are possible when we stand together – even the renaissance of a Jewish community that was dormant for 45 years.
Passover Through the Years
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Volunteer in India this summer with JDC Entwine.