Join us for the Federation Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner. RSVPs are due by May 9 to Nancy Sentelik. $10/ person inclusive of dinner and dessert. Read More
Click here to RSVP for the Black/ Jewish Dialogue group trip the the Maltz Museum in Cleveland, Ohio Read More
Join us for the 2017 P2G Summit in Youngstown, June 25- June 27! Click here to learn more and register! Read More
Save the dates: 4/23 at 4p and 4/25 at noon. More information to come regarding teh 2017 Yom Hashoah Community Events.
RSVP to Gon Erez by calling 330.746.3250 x159 or gerez@jewishyoungstown.org Read More
Youngstown sent a delegation of 9 people to the Partnership2GETHER meetings in Israel. Click here to learn more about Partnership2GETHER! Read More
Click here to read the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation Strategic Plan Read More

The Youngstown Area Jewish Federation

The Youngstown Area Jewish Federation is the central organization established to foster the welfare of the entire Jewish community.

Annual Campaign for Jewish Needs- Watch the 2016 Inaugural Event Here!

It is the Annual Campaign that addresses the most pressing needs and issues at a moment's notice. It is the Annual Campaign that feeds the hungry, helps the unemployed, supports families with special needs, and funds Jewish education. To learn more, contact Campaign Director, Andy Lipkin (330) 746-3250x 111 or ALipkin@JewishYoungstown.org.

Youngstown Area Jewish Federation Strategic Action Plan

To meet the challenges of declining demographics and of shifting needs of the community, the lay leaders and professional staff of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation began a strategic planning process in February 2016 to better position the Federation to provide leadership and direction for future generations of the regional Jewish community. Click the image to link to the Strategic Action Plan.

In Case You Missed It: Soviet Jewry Archival Project

During Operation Exodus, in the late 1980s thru mid-1990s, the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation, its agencies, and its supporters accepted over 425 Soviet Jews fleeing religious persecution. This film highlights the good work of the organizers, the impact it had on the relocated Jews, and how our community came together to help those in need.

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