The Greensboro Jewish Federation is the voice of our local Jewish community and for millions of Jews around the world. Giving care to those in need, giving deeper engagement in quality of life, and giving strength to the community is at the heart of what we do. Since 1940, the Federation has funded programs that care for people at every stage of life — strengthening community, providing leadership, and nurturing the leaders of tomorrow. Explore Our History.
We are recognized as a leader of small Jewish communities in the US and Canada. Our Federation is distinguished by a high level of volunteer leadership commitment, creativity and innovation, and an annual campaign of over 1,100 contributors that raises over $1.7 million. The 2024 Do Good that goes Everywhere campaign theme represents our continued commitment to keep our community thriving today, tomorrow and all the tomorrows to come. Learn more about our Annual Campaign here.
Israel has been under relentless rocket attacks from terrorist groups in the Gaza Strip that have caused extensive damage, terrible injuries, and loss of life.
100% of funds raised through this Israel Emergency Fund will support the immediate relief efforts in Israel through our strategic partners: the Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI), Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), and the Israel Trauma Coalition (ITC).
For over 80 years, the Greensboro Jewish Federation has been reaching out to those in need, finding innovative ways to engage with our community and making sure Good grows at home, in Israel, and around the world.
But Good doesn’t just happen on its own. It comes from our supporters, who are dedicated to the promise of a flourishing Jewish future.
Together with your support, The Greensboro Jewish Federation is Doing Good that goes Everywhere.
The Greensboro Jewish Federation's Shalom Greensboro magazine is a quarterly publication featuring articles from the Greensboro Jewish community, updates on Federation events and programs, plus an in-depth feature article. We invite you to explore Shalom Greensboro.