Charleston church massacre: How you can help

 

The Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando is deeply saddened by the tragic shootings at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. No one should ever be afraid to go to a place of worship. Our heartfelt prayers go out to the victims, their families and the community of Charleston.

 

The Charleston Jewish Federation has set up a fund to offer support to the Church and its congregation. If you would like to make a donation, please click here.

  • Houston's Jewish community springs into action in wake of deadly flooding

    At least eight deaths have been blamed on the floodwaters that inundated Houston starting May 23, and much of the
    nation's fourth-largest city remains devastated. The local Jewish community has been providing needed relief, and you can support the rescue and rebuilding effort by donating directly to the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston:

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    At least eight deaths have been blamed on the floodwaters that inundated Houston starting May 23, and much of the
    nation's fourth-largest city remains devastated. The local Jewish community has been providing needed relief, and you can support the rescue and rebuilding effort ...

    Click here to help

    At least eight deaths have been blamed on the floodwaters that inundated Houston starting May 23, and much of the
    nation's fourth-largest city remains devastated. The local Jewi...

    Click here to help

    At least eight deaths have been blamed on the floodwaters that inundated Houston starting May 23, and much of...

    Click here to help

    At least eight deaths have been blamed on the floodwaters that inunda...

    Click here to help

    At least eight deaths have been blamed ...

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    At least eight...

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  • JFGO in the News: Shabbat in the Park

    Our Jewish Orlando's Shalom Families celebrated Mother's Day with a special Shabbat in the Park on Friday, May 8, in Central Park on Park Avenue in Winter Park.

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    Our Jewish Orlando's Shalom Families celebrated Mother's Day with a special Shabbat in the Park on Friday, May 8, in Central Park on Park Avenue in Winter Park.

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    Our Jewish Orlando's Shalom Families celebrated Mother's Day with a special Shabbat in the Park on Friday, May 8, in Central Park on Park Avenue in Winter Park.

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    Our Jewish Orlando's Shalom Families celebrated Mother's Day with a special Shabbat in the Park on Friday, May 8, in C...

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Welcome to the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando

For generations, we have enabled Jews to take care of each other and ensure our Jewish future. The Jewish Federation is all of us, our community.

A Hub for Jewish Life

Our two community campuses (Maitland & South Orlando), provide hubs for Jewish life in Central Florida. With four Jewish agencies housed on campus, meeting the needs of Jews of all ages is a big job. And JFGO is up to the task.

Engaging Jewish Youth

We are committed to helping young children build Jewish identity. Our programs help families strengthen their relationship with our Jewish community. From little ones to teens, families will find opportunities to grow together at JFGO.

Connecting our Jewish World

We have the demonstrated ability to carry out big, bold initiatives and mobilize great resources in times of crisis. We are part of the Jewish Federations of North America, which distributes more than $3 billion annually for social welfare, social services, and educational needs.

  • The Best Job Interview of His Life

    After several unsuccessful interviews, 32-year-old Chai Bordogo felt stuck. His cerebral palsy hadn't stopped him from getting a degree or serving in the IDF, but it was stopping him from getting a job. So he turned to RampUp, a Federation-funded program run by JDC, for a new direction.

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    After several unsuccessful interviews, 32-year-old Chai Bordogo felt stuck. His cerebral palsy hadn't stopped him from getting a degree or serving in the IDF, but it was stopping him from getting a job. So he turned to RampUp, a Federation-funded program run by JDC, for a new direction.

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    After several unsuccessful interviews, 32-year-old Chai Bordogo felt stuck. His cerebral palsy hadn't stopped him from getting a degree or serving in the IDF, but it was stopping him from ...

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    After several unsuccessful interviews, 32-year-old Chai Bordogo felt stuck. His cerebral palsy hadn't stopped him from...

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    After several unsuccessful interviews, 32-year-old Chai Bordogo felt stuck. Hi...

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    After several unsuccessful interviews, 32-year-o...

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  • With Federation, This Family Is Celebrating Grandma's Day Every Day

    When Judith got custody of her five grandkids, she didn't know where to turn. Now, Federation's helping this new family find their way.

    When Judith got custody of her five grandkids, she didn't know where to turn. Now, Federation's helping this new family find their way.

    When Judith got custody of her five grandkids, she didn't know where to turn. Now, Federation's helping this new family find their way.

    When Judith got custody of her five grandkids, she didn't know where to turn. Now, Federation's helping this new family find th...

    When Judith got custody of her five grandkids, she didn't know where to turn. Now, Fede...

    When Judith got custody of her five grandkids, she didn't...

    When Judith got custody of her f...

    When Judith got custod...