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Please consider helping in the following ways, which will best serve those impacted by providing basic living essentials and relocation/emergency aid as the region begins to recover.
The Jewish star on the hill that overlooks Camp Newman has survived. What a fitting symbol for this moment.
The Reform Jewish Movement received devastating news last night upon learning that URJ Camp Newman's physical location was all but destroyed by wildfires.
To all those facing challenges as we begin 5778, we know you join us in praying for peace, wholeness, and health for everyone.
In these unprecedented times, here are six timely tools and resources to help enhance and enrich Jewish life in your community during this High Holiday season and beyond.
Although Harvey and Irma has dissipated, countless individuals and numerous Reform congregations were affected by the storms. Their needs will continue for months.
As the storm waters from Hurricane Irma recede, the full extent of her impact is becoming more and more apparent.
This is a story about five rabbis, 25,000 pairs of new undergarments and the powerful cross-country connections that delivered dignity and comfort to grateful hurricane evacuees.
As this week comes to a close and we prepare to welcome Shabbat, we’d like to share an update on the Reform Movement’s work in responding to Hurricane Harvey.
We are now starting to get accurate reports of the damage – and they are staggering. Building on our initial response, here are a few new developments and details.
The artwork on this note card was created by 5768 WRJ Art Calendar artist Césan d’Ornellas Levine.
April showers bring May flowers; prepare with a WRJ umbrella—now on sale!