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The efforts of a lifelong supporter of the Sydney Jewish Museum, a champion for Kosher Meals on Wheels and two Maccabi movers and shakers have been recognised in the JCA’s 2016 Communal Awards.
JCA raised $14.2 million last year and aims to raise $15.3 million this year, with the organisation shaking up its 2016 campaign which will shine the spotlight on members of our community instead of bringing out guest speakers.
SYDNEY’S second kosher hechsher is now fully operational and it has declared meat under the hechsher of Kosher Australia in Melbourne meets the most stringent level of kashrut.
THE JCA has announced that it raised $12 million in last year’s campaign.
THE Jewish Communal Appeal (JCA) will try and raise $12.1 million this year with a raft of young, inspirational and entertaining speakers set to appear at communal events across Sydney throughout the coming months.
SIX aged care and healthcare organisations have come together for the first time to provide a single point of entry for the community.
MAJOR communal donor Millie Phillips has called for the Montefiore Board to step down because she claims she can save up to $35 million a year.
FOUR Jewish Communal Appeal (JCA) institutions this month stepped down from the organisation’s board after six years.
MONTEFIORE president David Freeman has used the release of the Gen08 report into older Jewish Australians to come out swinging against JewishCare, the Wolper Jewish Hospital and the Jewish Communal Appeal (JCA).
A SELF-MADE businesswoman is pumping $4 million into scholarships and education programs to enable Jewish children to develop and to embrace their Jewish heritage and identity.