From emergency assistance for distressed families, to kosher meals for the homebound, to medical care for the elderly, we are a safety net for the most vulnerable members of our community.
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Federation helped Minnesota HIllel reach out to campuses across the state.
Federation sends free Jewish books and music to young children ages 6 months to 8 years.
Federation helps teens make personal, lasting connections to teens in Israel through Teen Mifgash.
The St. Paul Jewish Federation seeks an energetic, outgoing professional as its Community Program Coordinator. This exciting part-time position will be responsible for a portfolio including outreach, engagement and community building programs and initiatives. The ideal candidate will utilize their excellent relationship-building skills to work with volunteers, staff and community organizations. Learn more and apply.
When Brian Serle attended his first Life and Legacy Conference in 2018, he was a bit disheartened. As a member of Mount Zion Temple’s Giving Committee, Brian was working on securing legacy gifts and was disappointed with their first-year results.
That conference gave him the lift he needed. He learned key strategies that he could take back to his fellow committee members to focus their efforts.
This year was different. “Mount Zion and the other Twin Cities organizations were seen as one of the most successful communities for having completed our goals,” said Brian. “This time, I was the one on the panel explaining how we did it.” Read more.
If you identify as a young Jew in the Twin Cities, chances are you’ll be meeting Emma Dunn soon.
Emma joined the Federation team last month, working out of both the Minneapolis and St. Paul offices, as the Twin Cities Young Adult Leadership Action (YALA) Manager and she’s eager to get started. “I’m excited to start having conversations,” she told us, “and to hear the trends and new ideas for empowering young Jews and strengthening our community.”
We talked to Emma about, well, everything—here's what she had to say.
Federation is excited to introduce our new shlicha (Israeli emissary), Keshet Edry, who will begin her work in August. Keshet hails from a moshav called Masshen, located near Ashkelon. Keshet already has ties to Minnesota. Currently, she works in a program with our former shlicha, Eden Kohali. She also spent time in Pipestone, Minnesota. Read Keshet's letter to our community to learn more about her. As we welcome Keshet, we have to say lehitraot to our friend Tal Dror, who will return to Israel in August. Watch for details.
Since 1935, the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul has been our community's central address for meeting Jewish needs - responding to crises, fighting poverty, strengthening Jewish identity and promoting social justice.
For thousands of years, the Jewish people have had a tradition of taking care of those in need. That tradition continues through the Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul. Every day, our work is felt by millions both here in greater St. Paul and throughout the world.
The Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul's Annual Campaign funds vital programs and services locally, in Israel and in more than 70 other countries worldwide. Your single gift to the Annual Campaign helps alleviate Jewish poverty, provide emergency relief, ensure a Jewish future and support the greater St. Paul community.