In February 2014, IAC Dor Chadash is entering a new and exciting chapter in its history as it becomes an official program of the Israeli-America Council.
Anti-Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman is stepping down from the post, after nearly five decades spent in the Jewish non-profit sector.
Since 2014, the organization Hazon has been the leading voice of environmental sustainability in Judaism.
The Jewish Federations of North America and Ruderman Family Foundation plan to place young adults with disabilities in internships at Jewish federations.
The Chinese Embassy in Israel has announced plans to collaborate with the Jewish National Fund on environmental and anti-desertification projects in China.
Most of Israel's finest artists in every discipline have received assistance from AICF.
Originally a biblical way to calculate the start of the agricultural calendar, Tu B'Shvat has grown into an ecological celebration spearheaded by JNF.
Four years after a devastating earthquake rocked Haiti on Jan.12, many in the country have yet to put back together their lives.
Birthright Israel has contributed more than $825 million to the Israeli economy over its 14-year existence.
Hailed as "a lesson on how to connect the eye to heart and mind," the Skirball Center is one of the world's most dynamic Jewish cultural sites.