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During February, Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion month, Kulanu offers its annual community awareness Shabbaton, with 40 Kulanu students, volunteers and faculty getting together in … more
In our community, there are families of children with special needs who are unable to enroll their children in local yeshivot. The child might not be a fit for the yeshiva or the yeshiva might not … more
What does Kulanu do when you mix sun, sand and the enthusiasm to share ideas with others? They visit Camp Anchor for Town of Hempstead residents. Dr. Beth Raskin, executive director of Kulanu … more
Kulanu will hold an information session for the new Front Door Program of the state Office for People with Developmental Disabilities this Thursday, Aug. 10. For nearly two decades, … more
Visit the cotton candy station to find the action at Kulanu’s annual fair this Sunday afternoon in Andrew J. Parise Cedarhurst Park, said Bob Block, who was recently hired to do corporate … more
Seventy Jewish National Fund supporters gathered at the home of Jodi and David Pollack in Woodmere last Sunday to support JNF’s Task Force on Disabilities.The event raised funds and awareness … more
It is three weeks till Pesach, the feast of our liberation, and it all started with Yosef. And it is the biblical story of Yosef that is at the center of a unique musical production of that title in … more
Fourth eighth graders from the Shulamith School for Girls in Cedarhurst joined Kulanu students for a pre-Sukkot activity on Oct. 13. Creativity abounded … more
Kulanu will honor Melodie and Marty Scharf at its annual scholarship dinner on Saturday, Dec. 17, at The Sands Atlantic Beach. Kulanu Center for Special Services and the Kulanu Academy is a pride … more
Pictured at KULANU’s recent scholarship dinner, held in the Sephardic Temple, are Jeffrey Schoenfeld, president of the board of KULANU; Melodie Scharf, KULANU dinner chair; Beth Raskin, … more
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