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Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
There is a light that connects us. It’s the light of caring, kindness and compassion, steeped in the tradition of mitzvot and tikkun olam. It’s the light of our rich Jewish heritage of knowledge, history and culture, carried from generation to generation. It’s a guiding light we shine to lead the way forward in a storm. At Jewish Federation, bolstered by our seven core attributes, we Carry the Light by serving vulnerable populations, inspiring community engagement, and promoting Jewish life and learning. How do you Carry the Light in your everyday life? Find out more about how you can Carry the Light with us.
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