Rabbi Uri Topolsky addressing the more than 1000 community members at the Stand Strong for Israel Rally in Washington, DC.

gala awards table 2014

Awards presented at the JCRC Annual Gala 2014, honoring Paul Berger, Yvonne Schlafstein Distenfeld and Jeffrey Distenfeld, and William Daroff


At the 4th anniversary vigil calling for the release of Alan Gross, an American being unjustly imprisoned in Cuba

The Memorial Menorah used at the JCRC Yom Ha’Shoah Commemoration


JCRC's Rabbi Batya Steinlauf at a Community Interfaith Service


Joshua Hantman, Senior Advisor to the Embassador of Israel, providing remarks at the closing session of the Israel Engagement Fellowship for Teens.

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JCRC Annual Gala
June 17, 2015 

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Bobbi and Larry Shulman,
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The election process in Israel is not over. Visit the Israel Action Center’s 2015 Election info page to learn more, see pictures from our election events, and view post-election analysis by leading experts!

The JCRC currently has internships available in the Israel Action Center, and with Maryland and Virginia Government Relations. Learn more by clicking here.

To view pictures from the community reception to Welcome Alan Home, please click here. Select "Order Online" then "JCRC - Welcome Home Alan Gross - Reception." The password is "Home." 

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