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Wisconsin Jewish Federations Praise Executive Order #261

WISCONSIN JEWISH FEDERATIONS STATEMENT ON ANTI-DISCRIMINATION ORDER

October 27, 2017 – The Milwaukee and Madison Jewish Federations commend Governor Walker for signing Executive Order #261 today. The order makes Wisconsin the 24th state to take action against the discriminatory measure…

Growing Up Jewish In Madison

Excerpts of the speech given by Bekah Blumenfeld and Ellie Bogost at the Jewish Federation of Madison 2017 Tzedakah Campaign Kickoff ~ Flavors of Jewish Madison

Bekah and Ellie's Flavors of Jewish Madison: Creating Connections, Building Community, Nourishing Education, and Ensurin…

Midrasha Welcomes New Interim Director

By Kimberly Rosenthal, Interim Midrasha Director

Shanah tova teens and families! Thank you for a warm welcome to the start of another year of Midrasha. I’m honored to be the new Midrasha Director and am looking forward to a year of growth through Hebrew language and Jewish Studies. What…

Why Federations’ Hurricane Relief Efforts Are Critical

NEED REMAINS IMMENSE IN HOUSTON
See more about the continued urgent aid being provided through Federations' Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
View facts about Hurricane Harvey and the relief effort.

9/7/2017 UPDATE
Jewish Federations allocated $1.6M to meet urgent needs of hurricane victi…

Welcome To Our New Executive Director

The Jewish Federation of Madison is thrilled to announce that Rabbi Paula Jayne Winnig will begin as Executive Director of our organization starting September 7, 2017. After a brief but thorough search process, led by Joe Shumow and a small team of selected volunteers, Paula was unanimously …