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  • Jewish camps highlight diverse options at The J’s camp fair

    The east end of the main hall of the Valley of the Sun JCC (The J) was abuzz with activity on Sunday morning. Representatives from more than a dozen Jewish summer camps from around the country worked their tables, talking to prospective campers and their parents about the amenities and programming each had to offer. The event also launched The J’s winter-spring programming, and was the beginning of a special registration opportunity for The J’s own summer day camp, Camp Shemesh.


Program gives Jewish nonprofits training to ‘secure the future’

Few conversations are tougher to have than the one about planning what will happen when you die. So it’s not surprising that it’s been tough for nonprofits to seek commitments for bequests, gifts made from the estate of a person who has died.

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‘What Israel Means to Me’

“Telling My Story: What Israel Means to Me” was the theme of an essay contest run by Andrew Gibbs, Hillel at ASU and Jewish Arizonans on Campus (JAC)'s Israel Education Coordinator. This position generates many new Israel-related initiatives on campus and is made possible through generous funding from the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix and the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix. Here are the winning essays written by Arizona State University students. 

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