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Attracting Jewish Families to the Area Tops List of Priorities for Community

This article, "Attracting Jewish Families to the Area Tops List of Priorities for Community," focuses on the New Orleans Jewish Community's responses to a survey about Jewish life post-Katrina. The survey found that New Orleans Jews were cautiously optimistic about the long-term success of the New Orleans Jewish community. The article details some steps the community is taking to ensure this success. The article was originally published on the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans website,...

Report of Task Force #5: Public Relations, Media & Marketing

"Report of Task Force #5: Public Relations, Media & Marketing" is an update from the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans website, www.jewishnola.com. This March 2007 update focuses on how to improve the quality of public relations and marketing of the Jewish community?s services throughout New Orleans and the promotion of New Orleans nationally.

Task Force #4: Institutional Structure and Organization of the Community

"Task Force #4: Institutional Structure and Organization of the Community" is an update from the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans website, www.jewishnola.com. This March 2007 update focuses on how the New Orleans Jewish community has changed since Hurricane Katrina.

Task Force #1: Population - Community - Demographics

"Task Force #1: Population - Community - Demographics" is an update from the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans website, www.jewishnola.com. This March 2007 update contains current and upcoming efforts to increase the Jewish population in New Orleans and to strengthen the New Orleans Jewish community.

Stand with the Jews of New Orleans

This is a fundraising poster from the Union for Reform Judaism. The poster's text provides a website where individuals can donate money towards assisting Reform congregations imapacted by Hurricane Katrina. This poster was originally published on the Union for Reform Judaism website, www.urj.org.