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Bruriah, Ma’ayanot Send Students on NOLA Missions

March 6, 2019, by

Bruriah and Ma’ayanot, two New Jersey-area Jewish girls’ schools, sent students on NCSY missions to help New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH) put finishing touches on homes still being restored from damage caused by Hurricane Katrina. Mission chaperones included school faculty, alumnae, and NCSY staff, including New Jersey NCSY Regional Director Rabbi Ethan Katz. The […]

OU’s Yachad Kicks-Off North American Inclusion Month with More than 250 Events Around the United States and Canada

February 7, 2019, by

Yachad, the National Jewish Council for Disabilities under the auspices of the Orthodox Union (OU), is kicking off North American Inclusion Month (NAIM) with more than 250 events taking place around the United States and Canada. Programs are aimed to provide social opportunity in addition to developing sensitivity and awareness of what it means to […]

Record 400 Teens from North and South America at NCSY’s Yarchei Kallah

January 3, 2019, by

LONG BRANCH, New Jersey – For the last few days of 2018, the Ocean Place Resort and Spa on the Jersey shore became a center of Torah learning for over 400 teens coming together from across the United States, Canada and South America. NCSY’s annual Yarchei Kallah program, a signature event for almost 30 years, has capitalized […]

The Orthodox Union Presents Second Annual Torah LA December 16

December 11, 2018, by

Hundreds expected at Lectures from Renowned Torah Educators Los Angeles – Leading rabbinic scholars, educators and Jewish communal leaders will be featured at the Orthodox Union’s Torah LA on Sunday, December 16, 2018 from 9:15 to 12 noon at the YULA Boy’s High School, 9760 W. Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles. This free event, hosted […]

Allen Fagin named to Transition Committee for New York State Attorney General-Elect Letitia James

December 5, 2018, by

Allen Fagin, Executive Vice President of the Orthodox Union and the former chairman of Proskauer Rose, LLP, has been appointed to the Transition Committee for New York’s Attorney General-Elect Letitia James. The committee consists of 36 individuals who will help identify strong candidates for positions with, and establish policy recommendations for, the Attorney General’s Office. […]

FL Gov.-elect DeSantis Visits Teach Florida and Jewish Day School, Announces Support for Expanded School Choice and School Security

November 28, 2018, by

(Hollywood, FL) – In their first official visit to South Florida since winning the recount, Governor elect Ron DeSantis and Lt. Governor elect Jeanette Nunez met with Teach Florida’s leadership in a roundtable discussion and visit to member school Brauser Maimonides Academy in Ft. Lauderdale, FL this morning. Governor DeSantis used the event to stress […]

Statement on Vaccinations from the OU and Rabbinical Council of America

November 14, 2018, by

Orthodox Jewish parents, like responsible parents across the United States, overwhelmingly vaccinate their children against measles, mumps, rubella, polio and the other childhood diseases for which inoculations are now almost miraculously commonplace. As in many communities, a small minority of parents chooses not to do so. The ongoing measles outbreak demonstrates how this could bear […]

OU Picks 6 Innovative Nonprofit Startups to Support Through its New Impact Accelerator

November 12, 2018, by

Organization Invests In New Generation Of Jewish Social Entrepreneurs NEW YORK – The Orthodox Union (OU), the nation’s oldest and largest umbrella organization for the North American Orthodox Jewish community, has announced a cohort of six winning nonprofit organizations that it will support through its new Impact Accelerator. Launched in early 2018, the OU Impact […]