• Volunteer for Souper Soul Sunday Telethon - February 7

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  • Triad Jewish Film Festival starts February 25

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  • Attention students! Apply now for The Rosalyn Saltz and Norman Seymour Pliner Scholarship.

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  • JFS Camp Scholarships Application Deadline Feb. 29

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Welcome to the Greensboro Jewish Federation

 

Federation has been supporting, sustaining and revitalizing Jewish life for nearly a century. Today our work is far from finished. And we need your support. Your contribution helps to care for our entire Jewish community. Enabling us to use your gift wherever it’s needed most, at home, in Israel and around the world. CLICK HERE to learn more about making donations. 

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Souper Soul Sunday

Telethon Feb. 7, 9 a.m.

 

Feed your soul and help feed others - sign up to volunteer for Telethon 2016 - Super Soul Sunday! Volunteer to make solicitation phone calls, help with childcare, write thank you notes or prepare food for the volunteers - all help is welcome. 

 

Each year the Telethon engages members of the Triad Jewish Community for a day filled with fun, excitement, camaraderie and raising money for the Greensboro Jewish Federation Annual Campaign.

 

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Sign up for Mitzvah Day

 

Mitzvah Day is a wonderful opportunity for the Greensboro Jewish Community to participate in the holy task of tikkun olam, repairing the world. Mitzvah Day is a concerted effort, on a single day, to bring the entire community together to spend one day volunteering with social justice projects/activities in the community. Volunteers choose from a variety of projects that cater to diverse interests, capabilities, and ages. A successful Mitzvah Day strengthens the community’s commitment to social action and its identity as a caring community.

 

Sign up for Mitzvah Day May 15, 2016

 

By joining together to perform acts of social responsibility and kindness on Mitzvah Day, we of the Greensboro Jewish Community fulfill our shared Jewish obligation of Tikkun Olam, of “repairing the world.” We capitalize on the vibrancy and vitality of our community to aid those in need, regardless of religion, race, or creed. In doing so, we honor our neighbors, ourselves, our Tradition, and God.