• Organizations

    Gratz College
    Gratz College, the first transdenominational Jewish college in the United States, has been teaching Jewish studies and training Jewish professionals for more than a century.
  • Philadelphia Bar Association
    The 13,000-member Philadelphia Bar Association, founded in 1802, is America's first chartered metropolitan bar association and Pennsylvania's largest local bar association.
  • Jewish Relief Agency
    The Jewish Relief Agency is a dynamic, volunteer-driven organization whose goal is to help Jews in need, founded in 2000.
  • Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania
    A wealth of information from and about the Pennsylvania courts, including all appellate court opinions as well as statewide dockets, annual statistical reports, court calendars, news releases and more.
  • Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
    The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia mobilizes financial and volunteer resources to address the community's most critical priorities in Philadelphia, Israel and overseas.
  • Jewish Federation of Delaware
    The Jewish Federation of Delaware mobilizes the Jewish community to address issues, meet needs and build an agenda for the future.
  • Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey
    The Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey cares for those in need, enhances Jewish life and ensures the continuity of a vibrant Jewish community locally, in Israel and around the world.
  • Jewish Virtual Library
    The American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise's Jewish Virtual Library is a source for information about Jewish history, Israel, U.S.-Israel relations, the Holocaust, anti-Semitism and Judaism.
  • Jenkins Law Library
    Founded in 1802, the Jenkins Law Library is the nation's oldest law library.
  • Jewish Graduate Student Network
    The Jewish Graduate Student Network serves all of the Jewish graduate and professional students in the Philadelphia area through campus-based and city-wide event that include a wide range of social, educational, cultural and religious programs, as well as career development and community service opportunities.
  • The Gershman Y
    The Gershman Y is an urban arts and culture center located in Center City Philadelphia on the Avenue of the Arts. The Gershman Y presents a broad array of arts, culture, and educational experiences informed by Jewish values.
  • Events of Interest

    Center City Torah Study
    Ten Wednesdays of Torah study with Rabbi Yochonon Goldman at the offices of Spivack and Spivack. Starts February 1st. Sponsored by Lubavitch of Center City.
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