Community Cultural Project | Buffalo Jewish Federation
Community Cultural Project:
Buffalo Jewish Federation
We are a vibrant hub of a community that celebrates Jewish life. With a deep commitment to strengthening our organizational and agency partners, creating space for innovation and experimentation, developing and growing sources of funding, and nurturing human capital, Federation inspires individuals to access Jewish tradition in powerful and transformative ways, rousing collective energy and collective action throughout our network of communities. The Buffalo Jewish Federation provides an array of services and programming aligned with six Community Impact Areas:
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Nurture relationships that connect, engage, and enrich all Jews and their loved ones and those exploring Judaism.
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Caring for Jewish Buffalo
Gordon Bunshaft (1909-1990): Albright Knox Art Gallery on Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo, in 1962 was another example of transparent design, and a bold but cohesive break with the existing classical building design. After designing in glass and steel in the 1950s and early 1960s, he shifted to radical designs in concrete, including the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University and the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC. READ HIS FULL STORY
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Combat hate, antisemitism & discrimination in all forms & teach the lessons of the Holocaust through effective education and programming.
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Advocate on behalf of, and develop connections to, the State of Israel and the Jewish people around the world.
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Celebrate and honor our rich heritage, collective history, and enduring faith.
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Cultivate investments to support the current and long-term financial and facility needs of the entire community.
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