News & Stories from the Greensboro Jewish Federation

Federations Expand Support to additional NGO's Providing Relief to Refugees

The Jewish Federations of North America provided funding to five additional NGO's in their latest Ukraine campaign allocation that totaled $2 million, expanding the avenues of support for refugees struggling with the effects of the war.


Among the recipients of funding are Lev Echad for th…

Federations Applaud Senate C'tee for advancing NSGP Improvement Act

Jewish Federations applaud the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee for advancing the Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) Improvement Act, which will help secure the Jewish community by making the NSGP more robust and accessible. 

 

The bill would significantly i…

Jewish Federations and the Crisis in Ukraine: July 28, 2022

After 155 days of conflict, the fighting in Ukraine continues. As the war passes the fifth month mark, Jewish Federations and our partners continue to work together to ensure that urgent relief reaches the neediest, including both refugees who have fled, as well as those remaining in Ukraine…

Federations' Advocate for Expedited Work Permits for Ukrainian Refugees

Today the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) announced a new streamlined, online process for refugees filing for work permits. Jewish Federations have advocated for measures to expedite refugee resettlement efforts and issued the following statement in response to the annou…

Jewish Federations Applaud the Senate Appropriations Committee

Jewish Federations applaud the Senate Appropriations Committee for including key legislative priorities in its Fiscal Year 2023 appropriations package that will help Jewish communities stay safe, secure, and healthy, and allow them to continue flourishing.


Below are some of the top priorit…