The Greensboro Jewish Federation supports programs and services that have real impact on Jewish life each and every day, in Greensboro, Israel and overseas. The combined generosity of donors to the Annual Campaign makes it possible for our community to support local, national and international agencies and initiatives providing a lifeline that enhances and often saves Jewish lives.

The Greensboro Jewish Federation considers local community-building needs and global shared responsibilities, and then allocates funds accordingly. The impact of this collective funding allows us to constantly and consistently meet the needs of our Jewish family, no matter how far reaching, no matter where they may be. 


Through our system of community partner agencies, we are able to bring together every age and segment of our community to strengthen Jewish life. Our allocations provide meals and programs for seniors; quality Jewish education, scholarships and summer camps for children; Israel experiences for teens and young adults; counseling activities for families; and a variety of programming and initiatives that elevate our Jewish community.


For information about the allocations process, please contact Greensboro Jewish Federation, or call Michele Perrell (336) 852-5433 x231.

Interested in Joining the Greensboro Jewish Federation Allocation and Budget Committee?
Please read the Allocation and Budget Committee Guidelines, here.

Want to be considered for funding by the Greensboro Jewish Federation?
Download, fill out, and return the Agency Allocation Application, found here.


Since our founding in 1940, the Federation has made significant investments in global Jewry. We mobilized the community to rescue and resettle Holocaust survivors in the 1940s and to help Ethiopian and Russian immigrants in the 1980s and 1990s. Today, we advocate for Israel, invest in services for Jews in need overseas, and foster people-to-people connections. Thanks to YOU, we are making an impact strengthening the bonds of friendship among Jews here at home, in Israel, and around the world. Our current programs include:

  • Helping Jews in Need Overseas: Through our longstanding partnership with the Jewish Agency for Israel and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, and with direct funding, the Federation supports programs helping Jewish families in Israel and Jewish communities around the world obtain food, healthcare, education, and more.
  • Israel Opportunities for Young Adults: We support life-changing, immersive Israel experiences for young adults.
  • Israel Opportunities for Teens: Federation helps teens deepen their knowledge about and connection with Israel, through Israel Experience scholarships.
  • Israel-Focused Community Events: The Federation works with Jewish organizations to organize community events that foster strong connections with Israel through educational opportunities, cultural offerings, and Partnership2Gether gatherings.


Created in 2018, The Greensboro Jewish Federation Global Emergency Fund was established to distribute funds as needed to assist communities directly impacted by natural and other disasters.




For nearly a century, the Greensboro Jewish Federation has been supporting, sustaining and revitalizing Jewish life. Recognizing that each Jew is responsible, one for another, we promote the welfare of the Jewish people in our community, in Israel and worldwide. That’s our mission — and we do it well year after year because of you. Because of you, we move toward a more righteous, better-served Jewish Greensboro and global Jewish family. We hope you enjoy these reports on the impact of our work.






Form 990 is used by tax-exempt organizations to provide the IRS with the information required by section 6033. An organization’s completed Form 990, and a section 501(c)(3) organization’s Form 990-T, Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return, are generally available for public inspection as required by section 6104. Because some members of the public rely on Form 990 as their primary or sole source of information about our organization, we are happy to share the latest Form 990 here. A paper copy of our Form 990 and Form 990-T are also available at the Greensboro Jewish Federation’s office located at 5509C W. Friendly Ave., in Greensboro.



To reach the Federation, please call
(336) 852-5433 and then dial the extension
of the person you wish to reach.


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