At times, it is really quite amazing to think about how much can happen in one year. Just one year ago, our world found itself thrust into a global pandemic. Mixed messages were coming from trusted sources; masks should be worn, masks don’t need … [Read more...] about Reflections on the State of Our Network – Reuben D. Rotman, President & CEO
March 19, 2021 – The Network of Jewish Human Services Agencies stands in solidarity with Asian American and Pacific Islander women and their communities against hate and violence and expresses deep sorrow for the lives that were senselessly taken in … [Read more...] about NJHSA Stands In Solidarity with Asian-American Pacific Islander Communities
WASHINGTON, March 11, 2021 — "The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies (NJHSA) applauds the Biden administration for its decision this week to permanently block the 2019 public charge rule. The Network also thanks the numerous community … [Read more...] about NJHSA Commends Biden Administration for Halting Public Charge Rule Implementation
The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies and its member agencies join together in horror and shock over the riots and loss of life that took place yesterday at the US Capitol. Despite the efforts of the Capitol Police, the National Guard and the … [Read more...] about Statement in Response to Acts of Insurrection at US Capitol
We are increasingly optimistic that Congress and the White House will agree on a limited COVID-19 stimulus package before Congress adjourns for the year. We need to speak out NOW to urge leaders to include priorities for the non-profit sector and our … [Read more...] about Action Alert: Pass COVID-19 Relief Now!
November 30, 2020 As you may have read, it appears likely that the House will reinstate earmarks (member directed spending) for fiscal year 2022. While there is bipartisan support in the Senate, a return to earmarks in that chamber is less certain … [Read more...] about Preliminary Earmark Overview: 117th Congress