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Virtual community and informative resources, powered by The Jewish Federations of North America



These are difficult times. Staying apart like this isn’t easy. But through it all, we can still stay together with our Jewish community it might just need to be virtual. So, we’ve put together this website of curated resources and experiences. Whether it’s for yourself, your family or as a professional, we hope you’ll find what you’re looking for – from virtual Jewish events ways to connect, learn, share or help. If you’re looking for something that’s not here, please get in touch!


Jewish Daily

A Jewish communal unity video series

Curated Resources

Resources for the self, the team, and the Jewish world

Virtual Meetups

See times and dates for a curated calendar of virtual gatherings

Nonprofit Loans

Keep the holy work going even in changing times

Top Content & Resources

Jewish Daily

JFNA's President & CEO gives an update on the Paycheck Protection Program and offers well wishes for Passover.

Curated Resources

Passover Resources

Whether you're hosting your first seder or planning an event for your community, find resources to help.

How to Host a Fundraising Event on Zoom

Need to host a virtual fundraiser? Check out this easy guide.

Donor Stewardship During This Time

Learn how to best communicate and grow your relationship with donors during this crisis.

Virtual Meetups

Wednesday, April 8 | 6 PM

Grand Communal Seder

Gather with us virtually from your own home for our Temple Israel of Boston Grand Communal Seder. With our clergy, we will celebrate the transformative ritual of Passover through questions, singing and celebrating our redemption from slavery in Egypt, acknowledging that even in these moments of physical isolation, redemption looks like a community gathering in any way possible to celebrate all that Judaism has to offer.

Wednesday, April 8 | 7 PM

Liberated – A Virtual Passover Seder

Rabbi Shira and Rabbi Aaron from the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in Washington, D.C., welcome you into their homes as they co-lead an upbeat, accessible virtual seder full of insightful reflections on the holiday and conversations around its relevant themes relating to these uncertain times.