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This is a photograph of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) clergy in 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.
This is a short piece by Rabbi Lawrence Jackofsky titled “The Holiest Parking lot in the whole world.” Jackofsky writes in response to an email from Rabbi Jeffrey Kurtz-Lendnder of the Northshore Jewish Congregation, whose synagogue was reopening despite structural damage to their building. This exchange originally appeared on the website of the Union for Reform Judaism, http://urj.org.
"Ujamaa, the URJ, and the Jewish Federation team up to rebuild Treme" is an article from the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans website, www.jewishnola.com. The article describes a joint project between the Union for Reform Judaism's Adult Mitzvah Corps and the Ujamaa Community Development Corporation to renovate and refurbish a building to house a volunteer support center in the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans.
This is a press release from the Union for Reform Judaism’s website, www.urj.org. The press release, “Ujamaa CDC and Union for Reform Judaism Partner to Build Volunteer Support Center $125,000 Grant Will Be Used to Refurbhish Tzedakah House,” describes the partnership between the two groups to build a new volunteer support center in Treme, New Orleans. The center will support nearly two dozen volunteers and consultants at any given time once it is completed.