News & Stories from the Greensboro Jewish Federation

Jewish Federations Applaud Advancement of Respect for Marriage Act

The Jewish Federations of North America applaud the Senate for advancing the bipartisan Respect for Marriage Act, legislation that embodies our values of ensuring the civil rights of all who wish to be married, a goal we have supported both in the United States and Israel.


The Respect for …

Former Federations Chair Michael Siegal to be Awarded Medal by Pres. Herzog

Former Board Chair of Jewish Federations of North America Michael Siegal is one of five notable leaders who will be awarded the prestigious Israeli Presidential Medal of Honor, according to an announcement issued by the Office of President Isaac Herzog. The prize, which is the highest civil …

As Ukrainians face “winter of survival” Federations allocate $7M for relief

Latest allocation also includes support for Russian Aliyah


Responding to widespread power outages and preparing for what is projected to be a worsening humanitarian crisis this winter in Ukraine, Jewish Federations of North America are allocating $7 million for Ukraine aid, including a foc…

Jewish groups Welcome Morningstar's New Commitments on Israel ESG Ratings

After months of intensive discussions, we are pleased that Morningstar has made new commitments related to the assumptions and sources involved in its ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) ratings. We are hopeful these commitments will lead to important changes in Morningstar’s Susta…

Following LiveSecure Launch, Jewish Security Programs Increase by 42%

Since Jewish Federations launched LiveSecure last year, the number of Jewish communities in North America that have security programs has increased by 42%. The announcement was made this afternoon at the opening plenary of The General Assembly, Jewish Federations annual gathering that kicked…