Camp Shalom: An inclusive summer day camp for children and teens, guided by Jewish values, that fosters personal development, friendship, and community. Led by experienced and nurturing staff on over 154 picturesque acres in Verona, campers safely play and learn through a variety of engaging and innovative activities.
Hilde L. Mosse Gan HaYeled Preschool: An integrated, play-based learning environment founded on Jewish values and culture, with a focus on social and emotional development. Offering flexible schedule options, including wrap-around care, year-round for 18 months - 5 years old.
Midrasha Hebrew High School: This Jewish Federation of Madison program, in partnership with Beth Israel Center, Congregation Shaarei Shamayim, and Temple Beth El, offers classes in Hebrew and Jewish Studies for 8th-12 graders from a variety of denominational and non-affiliated backgrounds. Provides students with the opportunity to develop a strong, positive Jewish identity.
Community Grants through the Cheryl Rosen Weston (CRW) Fund: Supports projects that work to advance social justice, build community partnerships, and improve the well-being of all community members. These grants are made possible through a generous bequest by the fund's namesake posthumously.
Community Relations Committee: Serves as a liaison between the local Jewish community and the larger population.
Goodman Aquatic Center: The 5,500 square-foot beautiful outdoor pool with six 25-meter lanes for lap swimming and zero depth entry, making it accessible to everyone, is enjoyed by swimmers each summer from the Jewish and general communities.
Hava Nagila Jewish Community Picnic: The annual community summer celebration at the Goodman Jewish Community Campus with fun for all ages, including activities, games, swimming, music, dancing, food, and more.
Irwin A. and Robert D. Goodman Jewish Community Campus: The 154-acre home of Camp Shalom, Goodman Aquatic Center, and facility offering year-round community recreational, educational, and social activities.
Israel Desk Program - coming soon: A resource for travel and volunteer opportunities for community members of all ages, coordinates annual Israel-related communal events, creates an Israel presence, and serves as a resource for current events and issues related to Israel.
MadCAB - Madison Jewish Leadership Cabinet: MadCAB brings together a cohort of young adults for an 18-month program designed to enhance their leadership skills and create the next generation of leaders within Madison's Jewish Community.
Madison Jewish Film Festival: The inaugural Madison Jewish Film Festival in the fall of 2022 featured four films over two days - in a variety of genres - with talkbacks.
PJ Library: Free, monthly, specially curated, award-winning storybook celebrating Jewish values and culture and programming throughout the year for children between the ages of birth through twelve years old and their families.
Programming for Adults and Young Families: Planned activities and outings throughout the year with group hikes, community forums, volunteer opportunities, and fun events for families with young children.
Shalom Baby: Welcomes new or soon-to-be parents and their young children (by birth or adoption) to our local Jewish community. Helping new parents find support and build social connections.
Shalom Madison: Welcomes existing and new residents to our community. Helping people connect to local Jewish resources and make social connections.
Teen Israel Trip Stipends: Offers stipends for up to $1,500 per student to help with organized teen trips to Israel.
Yom HaAtzmaut Celebration: Annual community celebration of Israel's birthday with fun and educational activities for all ages.
Yom HaShoah Service & Program: Annual service of remembrance to honor local Holocaust survivors and their families, led by members of the greater Madison Jewish community, followed by a speaker presentation.