Jewish Federation of St. Louis volunteers represent the community’s wide variety of interests, ages and viewpoints. Donating time and expertise, volunteers serve on boards and committees, raise funds, oversee endowments, secure grants, examine needs, plan for the community and distribute funds to meet the needs. There is a place for volunteers of all ages, interests and involvement levels.
Who are Development Volunteers?
The Jewish Federation of St. Louis partners with 200 Development Volunteers (DVs) to raise funds for the Community Campaign. These volunteers are committed leaders in the Jewish community who reach out to their networks to inspire others to support the important work of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis. Thanks to the dedication of DVs, we are able to provide critical services in the local community, Israel and abroad.
Become a Development Volunteer
Development Volunteers are a group of committed lay leaders whose dedication to the Jewish community inspires others to support the Jewish Federation of St. Louis. Interested in joining this team of incredible volunteers? Contact Joel Frankel, Campaign Manager, at 314-442-3843 or JFrankel@JFedSTL.org.
Volunteer with Women’s Philanthropy
Connecting community and inspiring social good. Women’s Philanthropy provides an opportunity for women to connect with each other while learning about and supporting the needs of the Jewish communities in St. Louis, Israel and around the world. Click here to learn more.
Resources for Development Volunteers
- Human Resources One Sheet
- Jewish Identity One Sheet
- Safe Jewish World One Sheet
- Infrastructure One Sheet
- Jewish in St Louis One Sheet
- Safety Net One Sheet
- Strategic Priorities One Sheet
- Vibrant Community One Sheet
- Where Your Money Goes One Sheet
- Women’s Philanthropy One Sheet