• PJ Stocks the Pantry

    For the month of August, you are invited to 'stock the food pantry' in memory of David Frazier, z"l.

    Families can drop food items on Mondays and Tuesdays in the front foyer of the Greensboro Jewish Federation any time of day.

    Food items most needed:

    • Canned tuna, chicken and beef stew
    • Peanut butter
    • plastic jars of Jelly
    • Snacks
    • Boxed potatoes
    • Plastic jars of tomato sauce
    • Cereal
    • Beans
    • Mixed vegetables
    • Sugar, flour, cake mix

STOCK THE PANTRY Through our Amazon Wishlist

Delivery can be made to Greensboro Jewish Federation, 5509-C West Friendly Avenue, Greensboro, NC 27410. Special instructions: Leave box in front foyer.

Try AmazonSmile to increase your impact. AmazonSmile is a simple way for you to support the Greensboro Jewish Federation every time you shop, at no cost to you.

Celebrate Jewish Values, Culture, and Tradition 


Every month, PJ Library sends more than 650,000 free Jewish books to families around the world to children 6 months through 8 years old, all at no cost to families. It's easy to sign up your family on the PJ Library website.


Is your child between 9 and 11? Great! Free Jewish middle-grade books are available at PJ Our Way. This middle-grade book program allows your child to choose their book each month and interact with book content online — perfect for acclimating older kids to using the web independently. 



Connect with Families just like Yours


PJ Library isn't just about the books. Whether you are looking to meet people, or want to learn something new, there are always PJ Library events for your family happening in Greensboro.


Don’t miss a moment of fun with local PJ families, virtual events and educational activities in Greensboro. Follow us on Facebook so you'll always be up to date on community activities, crafts, and ways to stay busy and have fun! 

  • Special thank you to Mimi Levin, who's love for children and books inspires the programing, provides the books, and enriches our community.