Benjamin Netanyahu met last night with American-Jewish children who traveled to Israel as part of a wish fulfillment program.
Originally a biblical way to calculate the start of the agricultural calendar, Tu B'Shvat has grown into an ecological celebration spearheaded by JNF.
A group of Israeli organizations has launched a nationwide campaign to gather warm supplies and coats for women and children in Syria.
In time for International Woman’s Day, WIZO has released its annual lists of the most blatantly sexist Israeli advertisements that ran this year.
Since September 11, Fuel For Truth has worked tirelessly to educate secular Jews about Israel and the Middle East.
In the past couple of years the city of Jerusalem has made an effort to provide a cultural and social scene for the young adults who have moved to the city.
At some point almost everyone across the world has been approached by someone from Chabad.
At a Lifeline for the Old workshop in Jerusalem, elderly artisans craft handmade items for sale to visitors that come from around the world.
The Jewish Federations of North America and Ruderman Family Foundation plan to place young adults with disabilities in internships at Jewish federations.
It’s hard to be all things to all people, but the Kings Bay Y has come pretty close.