Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley
Name Reading for Yom Hashoah Remembrance

Monday, April 29th
10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Dear Friends of the Jewish Federation,

We have extended the sign-up for Yom Hashoah For Every Person, There is a Name Readers at our annual Holocaust commemoration at the Courthouse.

The local circuit courthouse in South Bend will be hosting our yearly commemoration of the Holocaust. We encourage volunteers to sign up, to read the names of past victims during our Memorial. We will also have local leaders and dignitaries light seven candles for those who were murdered, or victimized during the Holocaust.

The Program for Yom HaShoah/Holocaust Memorial readers will occur on a first come first serve basis. Your time and order as a name reader will be determined as you sign up.  
The reading will commence after the Judge, Elkhart Mayor Neese, and the Rabbi have spoken and the memorial candles have been lit. Each reader will have about five minutes to read their names. The name reading ceremony will last 1.5 hours, starting at approximately 10:30 AM-Noon.


The Memorial will begin at 10 AM on Monday the 29th of April In Judge Broden’s courtroom in South Bend

If you wish to sign up, to honor the memories of these brave men women and children, please click the link below:


For more information, contact Michael Brown at 574-233-1164 x1819, or michaelb@thejewishfed.org .

Yom Hashoah Holocaust Commemoration
Sunday, April 28th
1:00 PM
Dear friends of the Jewish Federation,

We are honored once again, to have Dory Goldberg, Holocaust survivor and longtime South Bend resident, speak about her experiences as a child in Nazi occupied France.

Dory Goldberg will speak on Sunday, April 28th at 1 PM at the Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley.

Please join us for this time of solemn remembrance for the millions who were murdered in the Holocaust. 

If you have any additional questions, please contact Michael Brown at 574-840-0265, or info@thejewishfed.org .
Join us, as we feature the Israeli NGO Ma'ase, an organization that provides innovative programming for youth from disadvantaged backgrounds. Ma'ase exemplifies Tikkun Olam (the Hebrew phrase meaning repairing a broken world). Indeed, through its unique approach, Ma'ase has transformed the lives of many young Israelis while making Israel a better place. The delegation is comprised of Yossi Malka, CEO of Ma'ase, Dana Shaked, Development Director, and two alumni: Aya Fares who is Druze and Rachel Yaskias, an Ethiopian Jew.