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PROVIDENCE – Are you affiliated with a Jewish nonprofit organization in need of grant funds?  If so, you might want to consider submitting a grant request to the Helene and Bertram Bernhardt Foundation (the “Foundation”). more
Boston, Mass. – From November 4 to 8, teens from Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont will join peers from around the world for Speak UP Week 2013, a BBYO International initiative that explores Israel education, awareness and advocacy through … more
On Tuesday, Oct. 22, middle school and high school students at the Providence Hebrew Day School were treated to a special workshop run by Mrs. Batya Jacob, the educational director of the International Jewish Resource Center for Inclusion and … more
The Jewish Voice sat down for a conversation with Saliha (Carol) Malik, a British convert from Christianity to Islam. Malik will appear at Temple Emanu-El’s Fishbein Chapel on Sunday, Nov. 17, at 2:00 p.m. to discuss what it’s like to be a … more
The complaints started in August: The holidays are so early this year! Rosh Hashanah is just two days after Labor Day. Next, no sooner have we slogged through a September where it seems that more days are Jewish holidays than not, than we get hit … more
Jordan Rich, one of the most acclaimed national contemporary newscasters and talk show hosts, spoke at the Oct. 20 Sunday Morning Breakfast Seminar at Tifereth Israel Synagogue in New Bedford, Mass. Rich dazzled his audience with his acumen and … more
The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode is excited to offer – for the first time – the Jewish Outreach Institute’s free Hanukkah Helper Holiday prep workshop.  Designed initially with the interfaith family in mind, this informal, interactive, … more
During the recent government shutdown, many numbers were thrown around. But there is one number that stands out and it has nothing to do with the debate over the federal budget. more
NEW YORK (JTA) – Since the release of the Pew report on American Jews, the question I’ve been asked most often is what surprises me about it. What surprises me most is that anybody is surprised. more
The first day of Hanukkah will be on Thanksgiving this year, for the first time ever and never again! So expect to see, or be sure to put, turkey and latkes on the table. This is the only time it will ever happen. more
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