Jewish Federation of Madison helps support more than 20 essential local programs and agencies including; Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Jewish Community Campus, University of Wisconsin Hillel, Chabad at UW, Jewish Burial Association of Madison, and Jewish Social Services.
Through its overseas partners, Jewish Federation of Madison also helps provide rescue, relief, and development programs and services to Jewish communities in need in Israel and 70 other countries including, including the former Soviet Union, Latin America, Africa, and Central and Eastern Europe.
The Federation provides and supports a wide variety of educational and recreational activities and resources in our community including, Hilde L. Mosse Gan HaYeled Preschool, Camp Shalom, Midrasha Hebrew High School, and Community Programming for all ages.
Take a peak at what's happening at the Jewish Federation of Madison throughout the year
The first night of Midrasha Hebrew High School is October 6. Exciting new electives this year are Tzelem (A space for LGBTQ+ teens and allies), Jewish Business School, Judaic Arts, and Rikudei Am (Israeli folk dance). Midrasha's robust and innovative program for teens in grades 8-12 offers meanin...
Sep 23, 2021 1:09 PM
Chag Sameach! Did you know that Sukkot has always been considered the most joyous Jewish holiday? In Talmudic times, if someone just said the word “chag,” meaning holiday, people instantly knew they were talking about Sukkot! #happysukkot
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