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Tag: Ruderman Family Foundation
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The Ruderman Family Foundation announced its ten inaugural Ruderman Prize in Disability winners, for fostering full inclusion of people with disabilities in the Jewish community.
The foundation, which initiated the prize this year, received more than 150 applications representing...
June 28, 2011 | 10:37 am
A $2.5 million grant to Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Boston will fund a groundbreaking program that places young adults with disabilities in jobs.
The Ruderman Family Foundation provided the grant to fund the “Young Adult Transitions to Work” program, which provides young...