A Gift that Changes Lives - The Joint launches the Gift Market
Buy a meal for a needy Jewish family in the former Soviet Union, send a Jewish child to summer camp…
Twenty-five years ago, in the spring of 1990, JDC held public Seders in 24 cities across the Soviet Union that collectively attracted 10,000 Jews, and for many was their first Jewish experience in decades. We spoke to Amir Shaviv, who headed JDC’s “Soviet Union desk” at the time, to learn more about the program, its impact, and its legacy.
Passover Through the Years
JDC Responds: Operation Protective Edge (3:12)
Volunteer in India this summer with JDC Entwine.