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Community Engagement

Jewish Federation of St. Louis provides a variety of Jewish engagement, Jewish education, and operational support services for individual and organizations in the St. Louis Jewish community. The mission of our work is to build and strengthen community by connecting people to information, resources, services, and each other.

We do this through a variety of programs and services designed to support and engage adult learners, families with young children, schools and congregations, young adults, those traveling to Israel, developing community leaders, seniors aging in place, and much more!

Holocaust Museum & Learning Center

Holocaust Museum & Learning Center

Preserving the legacy of the Holocaust and promoting justice

Brodsky Library

Brodsky Library

Books are just the beginning

Millstone Institute

Millstone Institute

Cultivating leaders and strengthening connections

St. Louis NORC

St. Louis NORC

Supporting the healthy aging of adults 60+

Chai St. Louis

Chai St. Louis

New to St. Louis? Welcome to our community

Israel Center

Israel Center

Funding and resources for memorable travel to Israel

One Happy Camper

One Happy Camper

Grants to first time overnight campers

PJ Library

PJ Library

Free Jewish-themed bedtime stories

Professional Society

Professional Society

The Professional Society connects individuals based on industry

The Rubin Israel Experience

The Rubin Israel Experience

Free trip to Israel for those who have never been

Sh’ma: Listen! Speaker Series

Sh’ma: Listen! Speaker Series

Hear what our community has to say

Shalom Baby

Shalom Baby

Welcoming Jewish babies to our community. Sign up for a visit!

Shinshinim

Shinshinim

Education and connection through Israeli cultural ambassadors

Teen Tzedek

Teen Tzedek

Learn the power of giving and philanthropy

Women’s Philanthropy

Women’s Philanthropy

Connects community and inspires social good

Young Professionals Division (YPD)

Young Professionals Division (YPD)

Engaging the young adult community through leadership, philanthropy, outreach, and inclusion