The exhibition "Jews in Russia" in Budapest | Print |
Monday, 17 February 2014 21:26

Recently, in the capital of Hungary at the Russian Cultural Center hosted an exhibition of photographs "Jews in Russia: the revival of traditions."

The campaign is over. A tree in Israel from the author of "Hedgehog in the Fog". | Print |
Monday, 17 February 2014 21:22

Recently the international charity event "CALL - CEDAR" was finished.

The exhibition opened! | Print |
Monday, 17 February 2014 21:03

October 29, 2013 at 17 o'clock in Moscow photo center on Gogol Boulevard, an exhibition of photographs "Here we live! Multinational Moscow”. Sell-out of the exhibition is largely explained by the fact that announcements about its forthcoming opening published many media, including well-known and reputable newspapers Komsomolskaya Pravda, Moscow News, Moskovskaya Pravda, news portals Rambler, RIA "Novosti", the Jewish News Agency and many others.

«We are with you, Carmel!» A Russian-wide campaign came to an end | Print |
Friday, 05 October 2012 10:11

It started with pictures that several photographers from Haifa gave to Director of Renaissance of Traditions Fund “Jewish National Fund” in Russia, Rafael Feinberg. Those were pictures made in December 2010 during catastrophic fire on Mount Carmel.  Those pictures were intended for a photo-exhibition in Russia devoted to that tragic event.

Forests of Israel will grow thanks to Cossacks, Tatars and Tadjiks from Russia | Print |
Friday, 05 October 2012 09:57

Recently a special purpose gift was donated to Renaissance of Traditions Fund «Jewish National Fund» (in Russia). This was money collected in Udmurtia.  That money is intended for planting trees in Israel to commemorate Holocaust victims. Funds were raised both among Jews and among Russians, Belarusians, Tatars, Tadjiks, Armenians, Udmurts and other ethnic and cultural organizations of the republic. Ten different ethnic and cultural organizations and communities of Udmurtia responded to the call from Jewish community to commemorate innocent Holocaust victims.