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Millions of Holocaust Records Available to All Online

As part of a philanthropic initiative to make culturally important records available to everyone, Ancestry – the global leader in family history and consumer genomics – has announced the release of two unique Holocaust record collections. These new records will be accessible globally to the public – members and non-members alike – on ancestry.com/alwaysremember on…

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Inaugural Jewish Writers’ Initiative Seeks Proposals

Crystal City Entertainment and Maimonides Fund have formally issued a request for proposals for the inaugural Jewish Writers’ Initiative, a national, year-long program to incubate commercial, Jewish-themed scripts for mainstream film, television and digital media platforms. The year-long program features seminars in Los Angeles, New York and Israel, along with monetary stipends and industry support….

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Help for 1,964 Kids in Foster Care

Photo: From left, Karl Gentes, Dan Shufelt, Jodie Sprayberry, Sherie Siegel, Robert Smith. Leadership teams from the Back to School Clothing Drive and Arizona Helping Hands take a breather during the July 25th event. For the 7th year in a row, Arizona Helping Hands teamed up with community nonprofit organizations and local businesses to help…

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It’s Back-to-School Time

Photo: Fenrici Backpacks offer schoolchildren an ideal backpack for carrying all of their necessities It’s that time of yeart again! We’ve got the scoop on some new products that may make your back-to-school routine a little easier. Articulate Gallery frames Back to school means lots of artwork and creations made from your budding little Picasso.  Now you can…

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New Parenting Series to Launch 

iGen Parenting is a monthly education series for parents of tweens. It provides an opportunity to connect with other parents while learning about important topics facing today’s youth. The idea for iGen Parenting grew out of Marni Steinberg’s desire to help a community of parents get information and talk about the issues facing tweens. The…

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Israeli Doctors Save Dying Baby from Uzbekistan

PHOTO: Husan and his mother. Photo courtesy of SACH Save a Child’s Heart  announced July 23 that 2-year-old Husan Anvarov from Uzbekistan underwent successful lifesaving heart surgery at Wolfson Medical Center. SACH brought the boy to Israel, and Uzbekistan became the 60th developing country served by Israel’s largest international humanitarian organization. Husan, his mother, father and twin brother…

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Backpack Assembling Success

Jewish Family & Children’s Service Partners with Mercy Care for Backpack Assembling Volunteer Event Volunteers from Mercy Care donated and assembled almost 300 backpacks stocked full of school supplies to Jewish Family & Children’s Service. This event was held in connection with JFCS’ 2019 Backpack Drive, which accumulated nearly 1,800 brand new backpacks for children…

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Local Nonprofit In Need of Volunteers to Help Seniors This Summer

Many isolated elders and homebound adults are without vital services such as transportation to doctor’s appointments and trips to the grocery store this summer. Currently, there are 74 homebound adults waiting to be matched with volunteers through Duet: Partners In Health & Aging. These free-of-charge services include help with grocery shopping, transportation to medical appointments,…

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