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In first, U.S. embassy celebrates Independence Day in Jerusalem

U.S. officials host the first July 4th celebration at the new embassy in Jerusalem. Read more.

CA state budget includes money for destroyed Jewish camps, Holocaust museum

California’s state budget allocates money for Jewish institutions. Read more.

Germany extends Holocaust compensation to survivor spouses

Federation partner the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany negotiates new allowances for Holocaust survivors. Read more.

JFNA applauds bipartisan allocation of funds for aid at southern border

JFNA is proud to advocate for humanitarian relief to aid vulnerable communities on America’s southern border and we applaud a bipartisan U.S. Congress for making the allocation of funds for this purpose a priority. Read more.

 

JFNA statement on Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Bill

We applaud Congress for reaching an agreement today on an emergency supplemental appropriations bill that will bring humanitarian relief to communities on America's southern border. The funding package includes $30 million for FEMA's Federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP), which w…