UJA’s “Big Event” was a big success

By Dan Horowitz--If Saturday night's "Big Event" was any indication, the future of Toronto's Jewish community is in good, committed, and passionate hands.

Those hands belong to UJA's Young Leaders, a group of 25 to 40 year-olds dedicated to making a difference, and to do what they can to en…

UJA Federation tackles student recruitment and retention

Today’s supplementary schools are a different beast and UJA Federation’s Julia and Henry Koschitzky Centre for Jewish Education has identified supplementary education as a vital priority for increasing engagement in Jewish education.

UJA Federation spearheads new nursing program for Ethiopian immigrants

UJA Federation of Greater Toronto has helped to launch an innovative nursing program for young adults of Ethiopian origin. The first cohort has 35 students aged 21 to 42, both men and women, all from Toronto’s partnership community of Bat Yam.

Join thousands from across the globe on the 2015 Adult March of the Living

There are few experiences that can change one’s perception of the world around them, while leaving indelible memories. The March of the Living is one such experience.

“Cloud & Light” takes first place in Sukkahville 2014

The weather held to make Sukkahville 2014 a resounding success in raising funds and awareness around the issue of affordable housing in and for our community. The worlds of community and creativity collaborated for the cause. The eight sukkahs reflected the talents of artistic submissions fr…