UJA Federation’s mission is to preserve & strengthen the quality of Jewish life in Greater Toronto, Canada, Israel and around the world through philanthropic, volunteer and professional leadership.Our vision
To lead the most vibrant Jewish community in North America – a community characterized by its diversity, unity, compassion, generosity and commitment to Israel and Jewish values.For more details visit our website.
|Our mandate is to enrich Jewish lives and do what Jews have been doing for thousands of years – taking care of each other.
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|Israel Bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the Government of Israel, which has maintained a perfect record of repayment of interest and principal since the first bond was issued.
From its launching in 1951 and continuing through the present day, Israel Bonds has played a unique role in Israel’s rapid progression from struggling agrarian nation to global economic powerhouse.
Today, investing in Israel bonds supports a nation of extraordinary innovation that continues to push the boundaries of modern technology.For more details visit our website.
|Acheinu Organization was established in 2005 by a few enthusiasts who felt that is crucial to share their experience of coming back to their roots and discovering Jewish heritage with other families of similar background. Our mission is to foster Jewish identity and continuity among the Russian speaking Jewish immigrants from the formerSoviet Union. In order to achieve that goal we offer a number of educational programs for various age groups and organize social and cultural community events. For more details visit our website.||The mandate of RAJET Ameinu (Ameinu) is to reach out to the Russian immigrant community in the GTA, to provide them with a sense of belonging to the Toronto Jewish community at large, and to offer programs of formal and informal Jewish education. Ameinu affirms the collective Jewish responsibility for re-embracing Russian Jews individually and collectively, recognizing the uniqueness of their plight during seventy years of Communism. For more details visit our website.|
|The Ashkenaz Foundation is a community-based non-profit organization dedicated to fostering an increased awareness of Yiddish and Jewish culture through the arts. Through its internationally-renowned biennial Festival and an expanding slate of year round programming, Ashkenaz showcases the work of leading contemporary artists from Canada and around the world working in music, film, theatre, dance, literature, craft, and visual arts. The Foundation’s mandate is defined broadly, to include not only Klezmer, Yiddish and east European Jewish cultural arts, but many other manifestations of global Jewish music and culture, including Sephardic, Ladino, and Mizrahi Jewish traditions. Ashkenaz is also known for presenting fusion and cross-cultural work that draws on artists and artistic forms from outside Jewish cultural traditions. For more details visit our website.||Details coming soon… For more details please visit our website.|
|Darchei Noam, Toronto’s Reconstructionist Synagogue, blends Jewish practice with innovative forms of Jewish expression: a place where love of tradition meets appreciation of change. Led by members, in partnership with our vibrant Rabbi Tina Grimberg, Darchei Noam emphasizes values that inspire us to create Jewish futures and make a positive difference in our families, our community and the world at large. For more details visit our website.||EMETemployment is a Jewish Community Initiative offered by JVS Toronto, Canada’s foremost not-for-profit on- line website for recruitment. A leader in the industry, combining recruitment philosophy with career and job support services, EMETemployment is a one stop shop for both Employers and Job Seekers alike.For more details visit our website.|
|We offer a variety of international channels uniquely different from those currently available in Canada. We specialize in providing Canadian immigrants with the most popular, most current, and highest-rated TV channels from their homelands. 24 hours-a-day. 7 days-a-week. ECG lets them follow developments in their native countries, and the world, in their native language. For more details please visit our website.||Hillel of Greater Toronto is the address for Jewish student life. Through exciting and creative programming and events, Hillel promotes Jewish identity, student leadership and religious and political diversity in a dynamic and inclusive environment for all Jewish students.For more details please visit our website.|
|Established with the goal of connecting and enriching the Jewish Russian-speaking, Russian-Israeli, and Israeli young professional community in Toronto. For more details visit our website.||J.Projects is a vibrant and exciting Jewish community in northern Toronto. It draws in and brings together Russian-speaking Jewish people through community events, celebrations, a summer camp, and various leadership and networking programs.Our members, who include teens, young adults and young families, enjoy the quality of our educational and social projects. We welcome our members’ ideas and initiatives aiming to enrich the community and attract new members.For more details visit our website.|
|Details coming soon… For more details visit our website.||Maon Noam Jewish Cultural and Educational Network, was founded in the beginning of the 90’s by Rabbi Hirsch and Rochele Rabiski with the guidance and blessings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.Maon Noam offers a warm and welcoming home for the community. Everybody regardless of his or her beliefs and social status is welcome to participate in our fabulous events and projects. For more details visit our website.|
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|The largest Jewish film festival of more than 100 globally, the Toronto Jewish Film Festival (TJFF.COM) presents the best in Jewish content films offering a stellar selection of narratives, documentaries and shorts that reflect the Jewish experience around the world. With its diverse and non-traditional line-up of films, the Festival aims to define modern Jewish identity in all its contradictions.The Toronto Jewish Film Festival offers year-round programming and will celebrate its 23rd Festival from April 30 – May 10, 2015.For more details visit our website.||The United Community of Russian-Speaking Jews of Quebec (UCRJQ) was registered in March, 2007 to coordinate the existing organizations and programs. The most important tasks in the work of the communal organizations is strengthening the ethnic, cultural, and religious identity of the Russian-speaking Jews while preserving the best elements of the cultural heritage of the countries they come from.For more details visit our website.|
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