Generosity. Leadership. Legacy.

By Jill Grossman JCFR Director of Women’s Philanthropy and Affinities Mother and daughters. Nieces, grandmothers, sisters and friends.  Over 100 community members watched as Nannette Shor...

JCFR’s Real Estate Speaker Series, in action

By Jill Grossman, JCFR Director of Women’s Philanthropy and Affinities The first meeting of the Real Estate Speaker Series took place on Tuesday morning, May...

Members of Commission to Combat Antisemitism Appointed

The Jewish Community Federation of Richmond and Richmond Jewish Community Relations Committee congratulate Samuel Asher, Executive Director of the Virginia Holocaust Museum,  on being...

JCFR Proposed New Officers and Board Members for 2022-23

The JCFR Nominating Committee, chaired by Past President Nannette Shor, has proposed the following New Officers and Board Members for 2022-23: 2022 - 2023 Board...

Federations touch so many beneficiaries

By Robyn Galpern I was able to join 100 fellow ‘young’ leaders to Israel for our first international mission in three years on March 28-April...

‘Each person matters’

Editor’s note: The following are reflections from Federation President Ellen Renee Adams who traveled to Poland on April 5-7 to see firsthand how the...

JCFR’s Real Estate Speaker Series will launch with All About Apartments...

By Jill Grossman, JCFR Director of Women’s Philanthropy and Affinities John Levy, president, John B. Levy and Company, Inc., will moderate a discussion with a...

My gift won’t matter

I have heard it far too many times to count, my gift won’t really matter. My gift is so small? How could my gift...

Men sipped and socialized at Brambly Park and Winery!

 By Jill Grossman, JCFR Director of Women’s Philanthropy and Affinities Nineteen men from our Jewish Richmond joined together on March 29 for an evening of...

Thank You: Friends of Reflector

As always, we want to thank our many Friends of Reflector for their support.  Our goal is to provide regular news on Community Happenings...