From right here at home, your gift to the Greensboro Jewish Federation's Annual Campaign helps fill our Jewish summer camps and Bnai Shalom Day School. It feeds the hungry and comforts the sick. And, it fosters community and belonging on our local college campuses.

But your gift reaches beyond that.

Your gift travels from Ukraine to Uruguay, from Madrid to Morocco, from the U.S. to Israel. Each year, the Greensboro Jewish Federation invests Annual Campaign dollars to our global partners to strengthen the foundation that supports our community here at home and around the world. These core funds ensure that we are able to support flourishing Jewish communities year-round.

It is your gift that enables us to respond and mobilize immediately in times of crisis – anywhere in the world.



Women’s Philanthropy and the Lion of Judah program play an important role at the Greensboro Jewish Federation. Greensboro’s Lion of Judah program was initiated during a 1983 national UJA/Federation Women’s Mission to Prague and Israel. Many of the Greensboro women on that journey pledged $5,000 each, thus spearheading Greensboro’s involvement in the national Federation Lion of Judah “sisterhood.” Since that time, the program has since grown to over 50 proud Lions, active in many facets of philanthropy at the Federation.



    Alina has done transformational philanthropic work in the areas of housing sustainability, Day Schools, Jewish Federations of North America, youth engagement, the arts, and health care. As an international speaker, she has inspired audiences to dream beyond what was thought possible. When she is not making a difference in the areas most important to her, she loves to travel around the world in search of the perfect French macaron, baking, eating, visiting with family and friends and laughing!

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    Emily Kranz is Senior Director of Product Strategy with Veeva Systems and an active member of the Greensboro Jewish community. She chaired the 2016 Federation Annual campaign, and co-lead the first Greensboro Federation group in the Jewish Women's Renaissance Project's trip to Israel. A graduate of the Young Leadership Program, she has participated in the National Young Leadership Missions to Israel. Emily received the Greensboro Jewish Federation's Nachshon Leadership award in 2018.


The Greensboro Jewish Federation's Annual Campaign events include outreach programs designed to create camaraderie under the umbrella of Federation and educational programs with esteemed guest speakers. We find innovative ways to engage with our community and make sure Good grows at home, in Israel and around the world.

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In order to make the Annual Campaign more reflective of and responsive to our community’s diversity and giving preferences, we have transitioned to a more donor-centric campaign. This empowers YOU to choose how you would like to be solicited, make your gift, and be recognized. Donors may give their annual gift as an individual or jointly as a household. Your total campaign gift, whether it be an individual or household gift, qualifies for one of the following campaign giving levels:


Your gift to the Greensboro Jewish Federation Campaign is helping save and change lives in Greensboro, Israel, and countries around the world.

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Greensboro Jewish Federation
c/o 2022 Campaign
5509-C West Friendly Avenue,
Greensboro, NC 27410

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