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1 in 5 people in Miami’s Jewish community depends on Federation for some form of financial assistance or access to Jewish life — up 60 percent from just a few years ago.
Europe is facing the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II, with many Ukrainians in the Jewish community fleeing for the safety and security of Israel. Already, 15,000 have made aliyah in 2022 and thousands more are expected in 2023.
To keep Jewish Miami safe amid rising extremism and antisemitism, Federation’s Office of Community Security works with 160 essential Jewish institutions.
Federation is addressing food insecurity in the Jewish community resulting from inflation and the economic fallout of the pandemic with Free Kosher Food Distribution Drive-Thrus in Miami.
Federation is investing more than $2 million yearly to support 10 Jewish day schools and 9 congregational schools, serving 5,090 Miami students and ensuring a vibrant Jewish future.