Who We Are


 

The mission of the Merrimack Valley Jewish Federation is to build community, foster Jewish life through a Spotlight on Jewish and Israeli Culture, and help people locally and around the world.

 

  • OUR HISTORY

    Written by, Cindy Bernstein

    The Merrimack Valley Jewish Federation was created 25 years ago; a combination of organizations from Lowell, Lawrence and Haverhill. By joining together, MVJF leaders sought a stronger more impactful effort to raise funds for people in need worldwide, in Israel, and desired services in our local community.

Annual Meeting address, "Culture as a means of Building Jewish Community"

Contact Us

Merrimack Valley Jewish Federation

P.O. Box 937

Andover, MA 01810

(978) 688-0466

info@mvjf.org

 

President Minda Reidy presents MVJF State of the Union at Annual Meeting

  • Cities and Towns in the Merrimack Valley

    Amesbury, Andover, Ayer, Billerica, Bradford, Chelmsford, Dracut, Groton, Groveland, Harvard, Haverhill, Lawrence, Littleton, Lowell, Merrimac, Methuen, North Andover, North Chelmsford, Pepperell, Shirley, Tewksbury, Townsend, Tyngsboro, West Newbury, and Westford

 

MVJF Gala

An evening of Celebration and Friendship

  • Thanks to Michelle Soll and Sheila Brown for their years of dedication to the MVJF

  • Minda Reidy and her mother Thelma Halberstadt lead Ha Motzie

  • Chairwoman, Ann Kazer welcomes everyone

Betty Ann Landy z"l and daughter, Rabbi Karen Landy make Kiddush at our Gala Celebration.

U.S. Representative Niki Tsongas honors founder Larry Ansin z"l and presents citation to Susan Ansin.

Margery and Norris z"l Bendetson acknowledged for their leadership in creating the MVJF.

Saul and Sarah Goldberg are thanked for their devotion to the MVJF and leadership of the annual campaign.

An award of distinction is presented to Terry and Phyllis Howard for their commitment and service.

Mazel Tov to Young Leadership Award winners Alex and Luba Katsev

Greetings from CJP Boston President, Barry Shrage

Former U.S. Congressman, Barney Frank, speaks after receiving the Tikkun Olam Award.

State Representative Barry Finegold is thanked for the citation he presented to the MVJF.