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Baltimore Grants Help Women and Girls 

¡Adelante Latina!   ¡Adelante Latina! strives to prepare high-achieving 10th-12th grade Baltimore City Latina girls for college and careers. Their free-of-charge, after-school program is tailored to the cultural and academic needs of their students by providing highly personalized guidance and instruction. Our funds will provide general […]

Meet Stephanie Blockston

What inspired you to start volunteering?  I’ve always been into social action. A friend and I in high school used to volunteer at the Hannah Moore shelter and do fun activities with the kids there. So it has gone back years, I’ve always enjoyed doing […]

Marci Elkins | Jewish Grandparents Network

Marci Elkins is a member of the Jewish Grandparents Network Baltimore, a local program that is managed in partnership with the Jewish Community Center, an agency of The Associated. We sat down with Marci to chat about why she joined this program, and what it […]

2024 Jewish Women’s Giving Foundation: Israel Grants Awarded 

Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel The Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel is the only organization in Israel whose main aim is to combat sexual violence. They work at the individual and regional level to provide services and support for individual victims […]

Jamie Aaron, Third Generation Holocaust Survivor

Jamie Aaron is the Assistant Director of Towson Hillel. She is also a 3G, the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor. For Jamie Aaron, the experiences of her grandfather and his escape of the Holocaust over 80 years ago through the Kindertransport, still affect her to […]

Meet Lindsay Klatsky, Julius Rosenberg Award Winner 

Baltimore’s Lindsay Klatsky is an active member of The Associated who recently received the Julius Rosenberg Memorial Award. The award honors an emerging Baltimore leader.

Jeanie Goldstein: Excelling as a Leader, Advocate and Parent 

Judaism: The Foundation Of It All  Growing up in Jewish Baltimore gave Jeanie an incredible sense of community and cultural appreciation from a young age. Knowing that she was surrounded by Jewish people and spaces instilled a sense of pride for both her and her […]

Future of Judaism | Around the Table with Beth H. Goldsmith

Beth H. Goldsmith continues her conversation with Jake, Alexis and Leah about the future of Judaism.

Meet Judy Finifter 

She is especially enjoying is participating in the Jewish Grandparents Network-Baltimore, where she sits on the Advisory Committee and attends programs with her granddaughter. A national organization, headed by Lee Hendler, the Jewish Grandparent’s Network was created to recognize the role of grandparents in supporting […]

Bridging Identity and Advocacy: A Journey in Professional Growth and Jewish Empowerment

Navigating the intersection of her Jewish identity and her professional career, Stacy Harvey created a space where she and her colleagues could express their culture in a safe and welcoming space. We sat down with her to talk about her professional journey and what motivated […]