Ivrit B'Kef/Hebrew After-School Program: Teaches Hebrew to children in grades K-5 in a fun, informal setting.
Midrasha Hebrew High School: Jointly sponsored by Jewish Federation of Madison, Beth Israel Center, and Temple Beth El, educates more than 100 students each school year and provides $2,000 incentive scholarships to graduating seniors to pursue Jewish education after high school. See More >
Yonim Israeli Dance Troupe: Yonim dancers in kindergarten through 12th grade share their enthusiasm for Israeli Folk Dance during weekly rehearsals and several performances around Madison and elsewhere. See More >
Taglit-Birthright Israel: Jointly sponsored by Jewish Federation of Madison and other North American Federations, the government of Israel, and private Jewish philanthropists, provides free, educational trips to Israel for Jewish young adults ages 18 to 26. See More >
Chabad of Madison at the University of Wisconsin: Dedicated to serving Jews throughout the university, Madison, and Dane County regardless of background and affiliation For our individuals & families. See More >
Jewish Social Services: A non-profit organization working to help Dane County residents get their basic needs met. Offering services in the areas of short-term advocacy, long-term case management, Jewish spiritual care, and immigration services. Jewish Social Services serves people of all ages and backgrounds. See More >
The Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Jewish Community Campus: The 154-acre home of Camp Shalom and the center for year-round community recreational, educational, and social activities. See More >
The Goodman Aquatic Center: Our 5,500 square foot outdoor pool with six 25-meter competition lanes and zero depth entry, used by more than 6,000 swimmers each summer from the Jewish and general communities. See More >
Jewish Burial Association of Madison (JBAM): Providing for the burial needs of the greater Madison Jewish community.
Wisconsin Jewish Conference: Serves as a resource, advocate, and clearinghouse to address important public policy issues for local Jewish communities throughout the state
Community Relations Committee: Serves as a liaison between the local Jewish community and the larger population
The Jewish Labor Committee: The voice of the Jewish community in the labor movement and the voice of the labor movement in the Jewish community. The JLC enables the Jewish community and the trade union movement to work together on important issues of shared interest and concern, in pursuit of our shared commitment to economic and social justice. For our worldwide community. See More >
Jewish Agency for Israel: Provides social welfare and refugee rescue and resettlement programs in Israel, including education, job training, and new business loans to struggling new immigrants America. See More >
Jewish Joint Distribution Committee: Provides relief, rescue and renewal programs to Jewish communities in 60 countries and non-sectarian aid to general communities in times of crisis Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society: Provides essential lifesavings services to world Jewry through its mission of rescue, reunion, and resettlement. See More >