Speaking to Allies about Israel and Antisemitism

By David Cohen Director, Jewish Community Relations JCFR Over the past few months, the Jewish community has truly struggled to process a rise in anger and hatred...

Transitions

July is a month of transition. The school year ends, and our kids move on to Summer Camp. Our time is spent enjoying family...

JCFR holds 86th Annual Meeting Virtually

The Jewish Community Federation of Richmond celebrated and looked back on what was achieved as a community over the past year at its 86th...

Growing the Sisterhood, connecting the community

More than 20 women spanning multiple generations came together for a virtual evening program on March 27 to kick-off the brand new Sisterhood Project....

Staying for Good

By Rebecca Caspi Director, Israel Office JFNA Whenever he called me from the United States, my uncle asked the same question, “Do you think you’re going to...

Ellen Renee Adams joins JFNA National Women’s Philanthropy Board

Federation President Ellen Renee Adams is one of 27 leaders to be selected for The Jewish Federation of North America’s National Women’s Philanthropy (NWP)...

JCFR allocates more than $2.1 million to local, regional and...

By Sara Rosenbaum Chief Impact Officer After a successful Federation Annual Campaign, which raised more than $3.2 million, the Allocations Committee has allocated more than $2.1...

Help us with Reflector Readership Survey

Share your thoughts -- Reflector Readership Survey. Federation is building and strategizing for the future, and we are seeking your input as we determine the...

JCFR to host security symposium; other training sessions

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are quickly approaching. In preparation, the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond is hosting a security symposium on Wednesday, July 21. The...

Crisis in Israel brings heartache and political challenges here at home

When hostilities increase in Israel, our hearts go out to our friends and family who have endured these repeated escalations.  We also care deeply...