UJA’s Neuberger Centre’s Community Holocaust Commemoration program filled Adath Israel Congregation on Sunday, April 23, 2017 with approximately 800 people on hand to commemorate the 6 million victims of the Shoah.
On March 6th, 2017 TanenbaumCHAT’s (TCK) board of directors sent shock waves throughout the Jewish community when they announced they would close the school, due to declining enrollment and merge with the southern campus, CHAT on Wilmington, beginning this fall.
Rabbi Lee Buckman, Head of School at TanenbaumCHAT Kimel Family Education Centre (known as TCK) in Vaughan, Ontario sent out an invitation to the TCK student community to partake in a town hall meeting to discuss the decision to merge the Kimel campus into a single campus in the Wilmington location effective September, 2017.
Toronto City Councillor James Pasternak recently hosted three Israeli ShinShinim students at Toronto City Hall today as part of the “take charge for a day” dedicated to students learning about leadership and community.
On March 6, 2017 The Anne & Max Tanenbaum Community Hebrew Academy of Toronto (TanenbaumCHAT) and UJA Federation of Greater Toronto announced a total of $15 million in gifts – from two exceptionally generous donors – that will help ensure the affordability of TanenbaumCHAT and enhance the future of Jewish education in the GTA for the next generation.
Israel’s king of pop and rock music since the 1980s and a man who has been called Israel’s answer to Bob Dylan, will be bringing his high-energy act to Toronto’s Sony Centre for the Arts for a special concert sponsored by UJA Federation of Greater Toronto, in celebration of Israel’s 69th anniversary as well as UJA Federation’s Centennial Anniversary.
By Raquel Binder–In late January, 55 of Toronto’s leading Jewish community professionals and lay leaders landed in Israel for the annual UJA Israel Engagement Mission. The mission – focused on the selection of UJA’s Israel Engagement ShinShinim for 2017/2018 – looked back on celebrating 10 years of UJA Federation of Greater Toronto’s ShinShinim program, and provided professional development opportunities through ...
With many Baby Boomers escaping Jewish Toronto’s harsh winter for the sun and beaches of warmer climes, Circle of Care’s Kosher Meals on Wheels program found themselves with fewer volunteers available to deliver their vital packages to our community’s seniors.