Federations and Philanthropy News Update, November 13, 2015

Jewish leaders discuss how Federations are thinking forward to recruit and engage a new generation of Jewish professionals. GA15 focuses on finding new ways to meet the community’s biggest challenges. Israeli PM Netanyahu thanks Michael Siegal for his three-year term as chair of the Jewish Federations board of trustees. Federations come together at the GA to focus on post-Iran unity and what’s possible for the Israel-Palestinian relationship.

The Forward—Sweeping generational change looms as leaders of Jewish groups near retirement
Washington Jewish Week—Jewish community tackles bottom lines at annual G.A.
Cleveland Jewish News—Netanyahu to Siegal: Thank you for everything you have done
J Weekly—Speakers at national meeting of Jewish federations focus on Obama-Bibi


Meanwhile, Federations are featured in Chicago, Los Angeles, Greater MetroWest NJ, San Diego, Kansas City and Toronto.

Times of Israel—Labeling Michael Oren%u2019s E.U. stamp idea as %u201Calmost ripe%u201D 
Jewish Journal—$4 million matching grant aims to engage L.A. Jewish teens   
New Jersey Jewish News—Muslims and Jews join in %u2018twinning%u2019 events
San Diego Jewish World—Israeli-local pacts proposed for water, cyber security  
Kansas City Jewish Chronicle—Hitting a home run
Canadian Jewish News—General Assembly of Jewish Federations an Inspiring Experience


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