OUT Miami Foundation holds third annual Bowtie Bash

Published on: SouthFloridaGayNightlife Click Here to View the Original Article More than 400 LGBT professionals gathered to network, honor community l ...

Milk & Honey program provides Rosh Hashanah food, hurricane relief for seniors

A week after Hurricane Irma passed through South Florida, more than 600 volunteers came together at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to pack Rosh H ...

Holocaust survivors and other seniors socialize at Rosh Hashanah party

Dancing, socializing with their peers and interacting with student volunteers were meaningful moments for 140 seniors, including Holocaust survivors, ...

Hebrew Academy students apply their math skills to real life

The project was a restaurant called "Beauty and the Feast Café" opened for a day and intended to teach the students the importance of math in their e ...

Participants honor survivors at Shoah 5K

Overall, approximately 400 people, including the participants and Holocaust survivors, attended the event. The purpose of the event was to remember th ...

Holocaust memorial run held in North Miami Beach

South Florida is home to 2,000 survivors of the Holocaust, and of those about 600 live below the poverty line. When Lior Levy-Minkowitz learned that t ...

Inaugural Shoah 5K Run/Walk Sunday in NMB to benefit Holocaust survivors

Jewish Community Services of South Florida (JCS) and the Shul of Bal Harbour will host the inaugural Shoah 5K Run/Walk on Sunday to spread awareness o ...

Jewish Community Services Announces New Lambda Living Program for LGBT Seniors Names Cindy Brown as Program Manager

Jewish Community Services is proud to announce the creation of Lambda Living, a JCS program for LGBT Seniors. Lambda Living offers programming, couns ...

Home visits highlight Passover holiday for Holocaust survivors

Holocaust survivor Samuel Koff told visiting families that delivered a Passover food basket to him at his North Miami Beach apartment that the biggest ...

211 Helpline Doesn't Miss A Beat After 'Invisible Takeover' By Jewish Community Services

If you dialed 211 in Miami in September of 2016 and again after the new year, you probably wouldn’t have noticed any difference. But on January 1, t ...