UJA

UJA
UJA-Federation of New York is the largest local philanthropy in the world, serving 4.5 million people every year in New York, in Israel and in more than 60 countries around the world.
The organization’s extraordinary full-service network of more than 100 agencies – camps, community centers, human-service organizations, medical facilities, and educational institutions –provides help and inspiration.
This past May, UJA-Federation of New York created Connect to Care, an initiative that capitalizes on UJA-Federation’s unique capacity to respond to a community-wide crisis and use its vast agency network to leverage the services and strengths of 10 of the New York area’s most prestigious services agencies and Jewish community centers.
List of Past Honorees from Temple Hillel:
2000:  Leah and Henry Nieuchowicz
2001:  Linda and Stephen Rand
2002:  Stacey and Andrew Herman
2003:  Meryl and Ken Alovis
2004:  Roberta and Allan Greene
2005:  Jaqueline Simons and Kenneth Fink
2006:  Holly and Neil Bobrow
2007:  Tracey and Keith Drayer
2008:  Minnie and Jeffrey Burns
2009:  Laura and Marc Vogel

UJA-Federation of New York is the largest local philanthropy in the world, serving 4.5 million people every year in New York, in Israel and in more than 60 countries around the world.

The organization’s extraordinary full-service network of more than 100 agencies – camps, community centers, human-service organizations, medical facilities, and educational institutions –provides help and inspiration.

This past May, UJA-Federation of New York created Connect to Care, an initiative that capitalizes on UJA-Federation’s unique capacity to respond to a community-wide crisis and use its vast agency network to leverage the services and strengths of 10 of the New York area’s most prestigious services agencies and Jewish community centers.

List of Past Honorees from Temple Hillel:

  • 2000:  Leah and Henry Nieuchowicz
  • 2001:  Linda and Stephen Rand
  • 2002:  Stacey and Andrew Herman
  • 2003:  Meryl and Ken Alovis
  • 2004:  Roberta and Allan Greene
  • 2005:  Jaqueline Simons and Kenneth Fink
  • 2006:  Holly and Neil Bobrow
  • 2007:  Tracey and Keith Drayer
  • 2008:  Minnie and Jeffrey Burns
  • 2009:  Laura and Marc Vogel

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