We're opening this year's Annual Conference with collaborative working conversations on one of the most important questions facing agencies and their communities in 2019. How do you handle a crisis in your community and/or support agencies in the … [Read more...] about Opening Plenary Lunch – Crisis Response: A Working Conversation with Michael Herman
Each new Congress presents a fresh opportunity to make progress on issues your agency and communities care about. The incoming 116th Congress is the most diverse in history with over 120 women, over 120 people of color, and 34 Jewish members were … [Read more...] about NJHSA’s Quick Tips for Building Relationships with the 116th Congress
Jewish Family Service of Clifton-Passaic staff spent the summer walking across the county. During the virtual walkathon JFS staff walked a combined 3,294 miles.The goal was to walk the distance from Jewish Family Services & Children’s Center of … [Read more...] about JFS Clifton Walks to Agencies Across the Country
The best part of our NETWORK is sharing successes. Check out the Network’s latest December Member Highlights. We want to promote your organizations. Let your fellow member agencies know what’s going on in your community! Share updates with Megan, … [Read more...] about December Network Member Highlights – How are you strengthening your community?
KAVOD, which gives emergency aid to Holocaust survivors, was featured on NPR's Here and Now on December 20th. Kavod's founders, John and Amy Israel Pregulman have made it their mission to photograph as many Holocaust survivors as possible, before … [Read more...] about A Picture Of Every Holocaust Survivor In The U.S.
Deborah Lipstadt, American historian and professor, best known as author of the books Denying the Holocaust, History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier and The Eichmann Trial, will close the Network's second annual … [Read more...] about Deborah Lipstadt to Present at Network Annual Conference