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Mitzvah Meals Volunteers Give Back with Federation

This summer, the Jewish Federation of Howard County launched Mitzvah Meals, a new initiative to help those in our community who do not have enough to eat. Once a month, volunteers drop off ready-made lunches at a Federation site, which are then delivered by the Federation to Grassroots Crisi…

Federation's Community Chaplain Brings Joy with Mobile Sanctuary

It’s been a pop-up sukkah. It’s been a matzah-baking station. Now, it’s a traveling sanctuary.

In recent weeks, Federation’s Community Chaplain, Rabbi Hillel Baron, has been bringing a 3 x 3 mobile sanctuary to those isolated or homebound during coronavirus, giving them a Jewish…

Fed TOV Merges with Kugel Connection

On July 1, the Jewish Federation of Howard County’s FED TOV Volunteer Program officially merged with Kugel Connection, a local organization that provides socialization opportunities for isolated Jewish seniors, to become Fed TOV Connections.

Kugel Connection was established six years ago…

Making Masks for the Community

This month, Federation's FED TOV volunteers have stepped up to make masks for our community!

While speaking with local residents, Federation's Community Social Worker, Michalah Hoffman, realized that people in our community need masks. In response, Michalah, FEDTOV facilitators Marilyn Ha…

Commemorating Victory Day with the Russian Community

Even during this time of isolation, our team of staff and volunteers is here for the community!

Each year, the Russian community commemorates Victory Day on May 9, the date when the German army officially surrendered to the Russians in 1945.

In honor of Victory Day this year, the Federa…