The Lancet Commission on Gender-Based Violence and Maltreatment of Young People is dedicated to providing new research and data for the purpose of educating the international public on the scope of the issue, and pinpointing ways in which policymakers, activists and world leaders can act to alleviate the devastating effects of violence.
We spoke with Dr. Marc Agronin, Senior Vice President of Behavioral Health and Chief Medical Officer at the MIND Institute, about his background, how the MIND Institute helps families across the State of Florida, and what’s next for MJH
In early 2021, the Finker-Frenkel Family Foundation was proud to donate to AFNA on behalf of Dr. Lazar Finker’s late friend, Jerry Rinehart, an AFNA member and former DEA agent who passed away in November 2020 after a battle with brain cancer.
For 80 years, Miami Jewish Health (MJH) has provided healthcare and living options to aging adults in South Florida, helping those they serve and their families live a better life. MJH uses a comprehensive continuum of care, including skilled nursing, long-term care, assisted and independent living, home health, hospice, and Read more…
Live musical performances have the capacity to change us, inspire us to live, to love and to fight for what we believe in.
The Jewish Federation is the only organization in the community with an annual campaign raising funds to support local and overseas agencies.
The Police Officer Assistance Trust (POAT) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Miami-Dade County police officers and their families in times of need.
In cases with DNA evidence where the suspect’s DNA is not in any government database, investigators can use genetic genealogy to track down the suspect’s relatives, and ultimately pinpoint his or her identity.
The Future of Foundations and Endowments: Eugene Frenkel Discusses the Pandemic’s Impact on Charity in Virtual Roundtable
On a recent virtual panel moderated by Hattie Hill, President and CEO of the T.D. Jakes Foundation, Finker-Frenkel Family Foundation director Eugene Frenkel joined Patrick Fruzzetti, managing director and senior research analyst at the Rosenau Group at Hightower, and Meghan McAuley, President and Executive Director of the Invest in Others Charitable Foundation to discuss the ways in which charitable foundations have had to adapt to this rapidly changing environment.
Through ongoing philanthropic donations to SOLOMON.help, an organization which raises funds for Jewish communal initiatives, the Finker-Frenkel Family Foundation is proud to support Nash Dom, a boarding school for Jewish children in Moscow. The city has been hit especially hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Foundation’s gift to Nash Read more…