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For a century, the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas has been at the center of the Jewish community. We help provide the safety net that enables Jews to fulfill our obligation to take care of each other. We are the vibrant hub of a community that celebrates Jewish life.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas helps to care for people in need here at home, in Israel and around the world. We respond in times of crisis. And we nurture the Jewish community today and for future generations.
The Jewish Federation is all of us—the members of our community, working together to repair the world and to keep Jewish life strong and thriving.
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Upcoming BGS Macher's Event Featuring Leslie and Howard Schultz | December 12
Thursday, December 12, 2013 | 7-8:30 pm | Private Residence
Refreshments will be served | There is no cost to attend
Leslie and Howard Schultz moved to Dallas in 1964. Their first involvement with the community was summer camp at The JCC and preschool at Akiba Academy. Through the years, they have been active participants in almost every phase of Jewish life particularly, the Jewish Federation & the Day Schools.
Their passion now is philanthropy and learning how to make a lasting impact on our community. Join us for a conversation on how their Jewish values have influenced their personal life, business life, and philanthropy.
BGS Chairs: Ally Raskin and Laura Weinstein
The Men's Event 2014 | February 3, 2014 | The Westin Galleria
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Join the men of the Dallas Jewish community on Monday, February 3, 2014 at 6 pm for schmoozing, networking, dinner and philanthropy at The Westin Galleria for The Men's Event 2014!
This is the perfect opportunity to make your meaningful gift to the Federation's Annual Campaign.
Men's Event Chairs: Jay Liberman, Harrell Pailet, Steve Schachter, Louis Zweig
Click here to register.
The Women's Event 2014 | February 13, 2014 | InterContinental Dallas
Join the women of the Dallas Jewish community on Thursday, February 13 at 11 am for a luncheon at the InterContinental Dallas in Addison for The Women's Event 2014!
As the hearts & souls of the Federation, this is a wonderful time for women in the community to come together in sisterhood, tzedakah and celebration for this community fundraiser.
Women's Event Chairs: Suellen Rosmarin, Helene Shalom, Kim Velevis
Join Us For The Spring Read At the Tycher Library | March 2, 2014
The Spring Read is a program that encourages our community of readers to come together to discuss one book with the author in the Tycher Library. This year our featured author is Michael Lavigne and his book, The Wanting.
It is bold to take on the political realities of the Soviet Union and the Middle East. But in Michael Lavigne's new novel, The Wanting, he does just that. From the author of Not Me, this powerful novel about an Israeli father and his daughter brings to life a rich canvas of events and unexpected change in the aftermath of a suicide bombing. The Wanting is a poignant study of the costs of extremism in a heartbreakingly complex world.
Join the Tycher Library for this wonderful FREE community event.
Email Nina Golboro, Director of the Tycher Library, to reserve a spot for you or your book club.
TribeFest 2014 | March 16-18, 2014 | New Orleans
TribeFest is an entertaining, interactive and educational celebration that will draw over 1,500 Jewish young adults (ages 22-45) from across North America. TribeFest will reflect the vibrant setting of its host city, New Orleans, offering meaningful, fun, and top-quality content. Through presentations by dynamic leaders in politics, entertainment, music, art, food, religion and other aspects of Jewish life, TribeFest will offer attendees many ways to connect to their own Judaism and how they see themselves as part of the community.