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  • There are currently more than 141,000 Ethiopian-Jews in Israel; the community faces huge cultural, economic and educational gaps, making it a challenge for them to assimilate to life in Israel. Thirty-five percent of Ethiopian-Israeli families live under the poverty line, and there are twice as many single-parent families. Rachel Alemu’s family falls into both categories. And if it hadn't been for the Ethiopian National Project's after-school program, she wouldn't have graduated high school.

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  • The Chesed Fund helps Jewish residents living in the Greater Kansas City metro area whose financial situation makes it difficult to support themselves.

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  • I am proud to be part of a faith that is guided by the concepts of being humble, generous and caring.The beauty of our religion is that it is not only a practice and belief, but also a way of life. It is therefore incumbent upon us to walk the walk and talk the talk.

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  • As daffodils begin to bloom and the grass gets greener each day, we can begin to see and feel the excitement of new life springing up all around us. It is a time of hope and renewal.

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  • I am very pleased to share with you Jewish Federation’s commitment to creating connections to bring about positive change.

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  • After many months of strategic planning and preparation, I am very excited to share new happenings at Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City, including a new campaign year and key staff announcements.

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  • Women’s Philanthropy of Jewish Federation invites women to attend its annual L’Chaim event, which gives women the chance to enjoy a special evening of learning and fun. This year’s event includes wine, tapas, and an experiential workshop on mindful eating.

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