The Greensboro Jewish Federation provides opportunities to get involved, build relationships, help ourselves, help others, and strengthen community.

Campaign Kickoff Events - December 6-8

2020 Campaign Kickoff: Celebrating 80 Years
Friday, December 6 - Shabbat Dinners hosted by members of the community
Saturday, December 7 - An Evening Downtown featuring games and a pub crawl
Sunday, December 8 - Morning: Basketball Game plus PJ Library Family Programs
Sunday, December 8 - Evening: 2020 Campaign Kickoff - 80 Never Looked So Good!

Triad Jewish Film Festival 2020

The Annual Triad Jewish Film Festival kicks off Thursday, February 27 and runs through Sunday, March 7. Details coming soon!

Ignite Society Program - Thursday, October 17

Featuring North Carolina Secretary of Commerce Tony Copeland
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. at TBA
$25 includes lunch.
To RSVP by phone, contact Dianne Hines (336) 852-5433 x233

Please check the COMMUNITY CALENDAR for upcoming events.

Campaign Divisions

The Federation's Campaign Divisions support the annual fundraising campaign and offer programming, speakers, events, and pledge opportunities. The Women's Philanthropy and the Men's Division each offer our donors many ways to get involved. The Young Adult Division, in conjunction with the local J Triad chapter, engage millennials in frequent get-togethers and networking opportunities. Each division commits their time, creativity, and donations to our organization. Together, we can do extraordinary things. 

Federation Affinity Groups

Interested in meeting other people with similar interests or professional goals? Our affinity groups offer community members a unique opportunity to meet other talented individuals who share their passion for improving the world and celebrating the Jewish culture.

Become A Volunteer

Jewish Family Services provides a network of resources that create meaningful volunteer opportunities and a centralized entry point for Greensboro's Jewish community volunteers to get involved. Our volunteer coordinator is in the business of “making matches” – between volunteers and the organizations that need them. We work with prospective volunteers, who share key information about their goals and interests, their availability and how much time they want to devote to volunteering. We work with agencies, organizations and synagogues, who share their needs. Then we make a match. For more information, contact David Frazier at (336) 852-4829 x227.