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Empowering Ourselves

The Jewish community nurtures all of us, individually and collectively.

Testamentary Gifts

Is planned giving part of your agency’s program?

Preserving the Memory

Elie Wiesel returns to Chapman University.

Can I Get a Rabbi?

Campus rabbis help students to feel connected.

The Next Generation

For 8th graders, here’s a weekend of Jewish values and “A Taste of TALIT.”

Ahoy Vey

Cruise celebrates friendly physician’s 80th and benefits BJE Israel program.

Run, Baby, Run

Jerusalem Marathon is a new challenge.

Stopping the Suffering

How far will you walk to end genocide?

Rare Judaica

Jonathan Greenstein owns the only auction house solely devoted to the sale of antique Jewish ritual objects.

Karen Green’s Kitchen

Flourless Desserts for Passover and Throughout the Year

Kids Konnection

Keep your teen connected after B’nai Mitzvah.

“Peace Plan” or “Piece Plan”

Who is endangering whom?

On the Lighter Side

There’s a lesson in searching for chametz in the most unlikely of cavities.

Philanthropy in Action

Jewish Federation Assistance Center holds “OC Works! A Community-Wide Event for Job-Seekers.”

The High Price of Truth

No sacrifice is left unrewarded.

Helping with Hunger

MAZON offers planned giving tips.

Chai Honor

Susie Amster has played a key role in the dramatic growth and recognition of Temple Beth Sholom.

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