Brian Meltsner and Harold Berger first met in August 1982 during orientation week for freshman at UNC Chapel Hill. Hear how this connection not only blossomed into a longtime friendship […]
Over the past couple of years, the idea of debt forgiveness — whether for student loans, medical, or rent debt — has gone from radical to relatively mainstream. But as […]
In each issue, the Atlanta Jewish Times graciously spotlights local non-profit organizations. JELF was proud to be featured in July 2021!
Even before COVID, Joshua had been inspired by his family’s story and had made the decision to become a lawyer. It was important to him that others got the second […]
Joshua grew up in a middle-class neighborhood, one of three boys in a divorced household. His parents were always loving and very involved in the lives of their three sons. […]
What Does Jewish Educational Loan Fund do? Student debt in the U.S. has reached record levels, making higher education out of reach for many families and saddling others with thousands […]