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Federation Announces Milestone $5,000,000 2022 Annual Campaign Goal

Each year, Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte’s (JFGC) Annual Campaign is critical to fulfilling its mission as community builder and convener, fundraiser and grantor, and sustainer of Jewish life and Jewish identity for Greater Charlotte and beyond. Each year the community’s generous donations enable Federation to meet the needs that sustain our community. And each year, leadership immediately begins the process of planning for the following year’s campaign.

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JCRI’s 4th Annual Welcoming the Stranger to the Table Will Focus on Local Afghan Resettlement

A perfect storm: a pandemic, a shortage of low-income rental housing, and the arrival of evacuated Afghans needing a place of refuge. In the coming months, Charlotte will be one of six North Carolina cities to resettle Afghans, many of whom are coming under the umbrella of “humanitarian parole” rather than with refugee or SIV status. And many of these Afghans at the time of lease signing will be unable to show proof of income three times the rent and will have no credit history and no social security number.

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Jewish Federations Respond to Haiti Disaster

When a massive earthquake struck Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, on August 11th, Jewish Federations, working through the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), mounted an immediate, large-scale humanitarian effort to save lives, heal the injured, and rebuild homes.

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The Charlotte Jewish News is a monthly (except July) publication dedicated to informing, representing, and engaging the Greater Charlotte Jewish community. The CJN reports on news and upcoming events of the local Jewish agencies, accomplishments of the members of the local Jewish community, and stories about Jewish holidays and events in Charlotte, the U.S., and Israel.
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