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  • The Federation building is closed to visitors unless by invitation. Staff members are working from home.

  • Programming, communications and services will remain active to the fullest extent possible, going virtual when possible.

  • Board and committee meetings will be held through electronic/remote access. Participants will receive dial-in information prior to each meeting.

  • JFS van transportation will continue for essential needs only (medical appointments included).

  • Delays in response time to emails and calls may occur as we continue to receive a significantly increased amount of electronic correspondence.

We invite you to explore our 'Virtual Visions' page where you will find information on virtual events, resources and inspiration. 

 

Participation in virtual and interactive events is a great way to stay connected to our Jewish community. For more information about to stay involved — and stay connected — follow the Greensboro Jewish Federation on Facebook and Instagram

STAY AT HOME GUIDELINES

 

     Governor Roy Cooper extended the stay at home order for people in the State of North Carolina through May 8, 2020, in another step to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Governor Cooper’s Executive Order No. 121 took effect on Monday, March 30 at 5:00 PM and reduces the size of gatherings to 10 people. The Order provides for essential businesses to continue to operate while prioritizing social distancing measures. The Order has the force of law and will be enforced in all 100 counties statewide.

     “To continue our aggressive battle against COVID-19, I have signed a Stay at Home Order for the entire state of North Carolina. Though it is difficult we must do this to slow the disease spread,” said Governor Cooper. “We need our medical system to be able to care for the friends and family we know will become seriously ill from the virus.”