This day in Jewish history / American Jewish World Service is established
The AJWS' activities include grant-making to small communities in the developing world, women’s empowerment and sustainable agriculture.
On May 1, 1985, the American Jewish World Service, a nongovernmental organization that runs and raises money for programs intended to relieve hunger, poverty and disease in the developing world, was established.
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