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Yachad Expands Services and Reach for Children with Autism

January 3, 2017, by

New York, NY — Yachad, the Orthodox Union’s National Jewish Council for Disabilities, announced it would be officially expanding its collaboration today with Proud Moments Therapy, a behavioral health agency providing services to children on the autism spectrum ages 0-21. Based in Brooklyn, PMT has four offices across New York and serves New York, New […]

NCSY Bencher Goes Digital: Orthodox Union Launches NCSY Bencher App

December 28, 2016, by

December 28, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NCSY BENCHER GOES DIGITAL: ORTHODOX UNION ANNOUNCES THE NCSY BENCHER APP AT YARCHEI KALLAH New York, NY — NCSY, the international youth movement of the Orthodox Union, announced at Yarchei Kallah that the NCSY Bencher app has hit both the Apple iTunes and Google Play stores. This intuitive new app […]

New York State Senator Simcha Felder Visits IVDU School for Special Education; Speaks About Drugs and Alcohol Abuse in Community

December 28, 2016, by

New York State Senator Simcha Felder addressed students of the IVDU School for Special Education, a division of Yachad, under the OU, at the Marilyn David IVDU Upper School boy’s elementary location on Wednesday morning. The girl’s elementary grade level 7-8 and 8 classes from both the high schools for boys and girls attended too […]

Team Yachad Announces Marathon Move From Las Vegas to Miami

December 27, 2016, by

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Team Yachad Announces Marathon Move From Las Vegas to Miami December 27, 2016 New York, NY — Yachad, the National Council for Jewish Disabilities, announced it is moving its annual marathon back to Miami, after the Las Vegas race provider unexpectedly postponed its race to early April, due to unforeseen circumstances related to the course. “We […]

OU Press Set to Publish Birkon Mesorat HaRav

August 18, 2016, by

OU PRESS SET TO PUBLISH BIRKON MESORAT HARAV,COMPANION VOLUME FOR BLESSINGS AND RITUALS OF SHABBAT, YOM TOV, SPECIAL OCCASIONS AND EVERY DAY OU Press announces the publication of the Birkon Mesorat HaRav: The Wintman Edition, edited by Rabbi David Hellman and published in conjunction with Koren Publishers Jerusalem. The Birkon Mesorat HaRav is a singular companion for the blessings and rituals of Shabbat and Yom Tov, special occasions […]

OU Supports Senate Effort to Stop Funding to Terrorists and Their Families

August 5, 2016, by

The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee is attempting to put a stop to providing U.S. tax payer dollars for the Palestinian Liberation Organization that it then uses to provide stipends to terrorists or their families. The State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Act of 2017, approved June 29, contains a provision sponsored by Sen. Dan Coats (R-Ind.) […]

OU Leaders Meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

July 20, 2016, by

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — Orthodox Union leaders met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday to discuss the relationship between American Orthodox Jewry and Israel. Mr. Netanyahu praised the OU as an important bridge between the United States and Israel. Presiding over the meeting were Orthodox Union President Martin Nachimson and Executive Vice President Allen Fagin. Also […]

Hundreds Gather as IDF Sergeant Shlomo Rindenow z”l is Laid to Rest

July 18, 2016, by

Hundreds of people gathered at the Netzer Hazani synagogue Monday afternoon for the funeral of 20-year-old IDF Sergeant Shlomo Rindenow, a lone soldier from the US who died in a hand grenade explosion Sunday. Rindenow was killed along with First Sergeant Hussam Tapesh, who was buried earlier Sunday in his hometown of Beit Jan in […]

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