Established in 1875, B'nai Brith Canada is Canadian Jewry's most senior human rights advocacy organization and is the only national, independent voice of Jewish Canadians.
Its dedicated volunteers and professional staff are engaged in strong pro-Israel advocacy, as well as combating anti-Semitism, bigotry, and racism in Canada and abroad. B'nai Brith Canada's wide-ranging educational and social programming, community and volunteer services, housing, and human rights initiatives span coast to coast and reflect the organization's commitment to "People Helping People."
B'nai Brith Canada's Executive Vice President Frank Dimant has guided the organization's growth and expansion since the 1970s. In 2007, Embassy Magazine, Canada's highly acclaimed foreign policy weekly, named B'nai Brith Canada the major Jewish non-governmental organization (NGO) with influence in the foreign policy field.
Just as B'nai Brith Canada has grown and evolved over the years in response to changing needs, so has Canadian Jewry undergone many transformations. Throughout, B'nai Brith Canada has employed its successful advocacy model of strong community and results-oriented grassroots activism.
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