Why Camp?

By Sara Rosenbaum Chief Impact Officer, JCFR Are you and your children already dreaming about the summer? Warm weather, vacations, being outdoors, and CAMP? At the Jewish...

Violins of Hope Richmond told many stories

By Skip Kozakewicz, Reflector Editor Violins of Hope concluded its 12-week stop here on Oct. 24 - helping to tell the stories of defiance, resilience...

Collaboration Counts!

In an effort to build meaningful family friendly engagement opportunities during this difficult time, the Weinstein JCC, the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond and...

Two Jewish Cookbooks, and a Potluck!

“Matzoh Ball Gumbo” by Marcie Cohen Ferris “Jew-ish” by Jake Cohen On Sunday, June 26, from 4 to 7 p.m., the Hadassah Book Group will get...

Mom’s Treated to a Night Out on the Patio

Friendship Circle of Virginia and The Village co-hosted a Mom’s Night Out event on Sunday, Sept. 26 at the Chabad of Virginia Patio.  This...

Brian’s Blog – Fast Facts From High Above

We’re about halfway to Paris at the moment, flying at a brisk 597 mph at 38,000 feet. I don’t know about you, but just...

Meet Friendship Circle of Virginia’s Board of Directors! 

  Our Board is a highly dedicated team of professionals and lay leaders with varying backgrounds, experience, and expertise in a wide range of areas,...

Elinor Bloom Marshall Humanitarian Award

Plans are in full swing for the 2021 Elinor Bloom Marshall Humanitarian Award celebration to be held Sunday, Oct. 10. While the ceremony will be...

Virginia Holocaust Museum Mission and Vision

  To preserve and document the Holocaust in exhibits and archival collection. Through the permanent exhibit, educational programming, and outreach the Museum employs the history...

Friendship Circle of Virginia Is excited to announce it’s 2021/2022 Teen...

The Friendship Circle of Virginia Inclusive Teen Leadership Board is made up of high school students with and without disabilities from across the Richmond...