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The Big Bold Jewish Climate Fest is a free, (mostly) online, collaborative festival by and for people who want to activate Jewish values to move the needle on climate change. We believe climate action should be a central moral issue of our community, and together we can make it happen. Anchored in the holiday of Tu BiShvat, the Fest combines theory, practice, and action that we can carry in our personal, professional, and volunteer lives throughout the year.

The Fest is a combination of MainStage events curated by our program committee (including representatives from Hazon and Dayenu), and a groundswell of community-produced events from Fest partners and experts. To register:

New & Prospective Camp Families

Come Learn All About

Camp Ramah!


Tuesday, January 11, 2022

8:00PM ET on Zoom

Camp questions? Reach out to Julia Weiss, for details.




Atlanta Jews of Color Council would appreciate your kind support in promoting the inaugural MLK Day - Jewish Social Justice Summit. A diverse panel of national change agents and way finders will discuss how they are making amazing contributions toward Tikkun Olam. AJOCC believes that being in the birthplace of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the home of civil rights, positions us to accomplish something very important as a Jewish community.

Intermarriage & Family Life: A Surprising Journey to the Rabbinate

USCJ will be hosting an online discussion, with Rabbi Lauren Henderson and Dr. Keren McGinity where they will be exploring topics of inclusivity, rabbinic leadership, and how to best serve our interfaith families. Please support and engage with this conversation on January 19, 2022! You can register for the event at this link:


Welcome to the Jewish Grandparents Network : Engaging, Educating, and Celebrating Grandparents. Click graphics below and stay awhile.



Virtual Event: The Family Room Live! Tuesday, January 11, 2021 @7PM - Learn more - RSVP
Raising Resilient Kids in a Stressed-Out World: How Grandparents Can Play a Role?


Activism. History. Politics. This summer... How will you change the world? Give a damn, click here.



Gathering The Shards | RSVP
An online, and private, group for those in the Jewish community who have experienced the loss of a loved one to suicide. In eight sessions, we will cover many topics such as suicide stigma, self-care, and Jewish identity and grief.
Meeting @ 6:30 pm : Dec. 16, January 6 & 20, February 3

During these challenging times, JF&CS is here to help. Career Services offers a series of four, free monthly job readiness workshops on Tuesdays: Job Search, Resume & Cover Letters, Interviewing, and Linkedin.
Click the JF&CS banners (above and below) to access content. 

Would you like to be involved in planning JF&CS signature events? We are looking for volunteers (all backgrounds) who want to make an impact and support our incredible programs by helping with the following events: Havinagala (1/29, 2022), and The Tasting (5/12, 2022). As a volunteer you get an inside look at the agency and a deeper understanding of all our amazing programs! Please email Allison Holmes, Events Manager, at if you would like to volunteer.



Caregiver’s Support Group
Open to everyone
1st Saturday of every month from 1-2:00 pm

An RSVP is not required but you can
reach out to Christine at
or (678) 621-2263
for more information.

Social distancing measures will be followed.



JScreen has an incredible opportunity for your members to take advantage of affordable genetic testing for family planning. A generous grant from
NextGen-Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta gives those ages 18-45, living in the Atlanta metro area, the ability to get tested for only $74, with insurance, by using the code NextGenATL at the (request your kit) checkout page.


There is a special Atlanta discount for $100 off JScreen’s ReproGEN or CancerGEN test.
Use coupon code ScreenATL at | Click here for more info.


Testing is simple, convenient, and done at-home on a saliva sample! The test is for a panel of over 200 genetic diseases, including those most common in people with Ashkenazi, Sephardi, and Mizrahi backgrounds. Follow-up genetic counseling is provided via telehealth to discuss the test results. Anyone considering starting or expanding their family should consider genetic screening.  Together we can save lives.

The Atlanta Jewish Federation hosts our local Shinshinim Program. This program is, essentially, a gap-year program for Israelis who have recently graduated High School to come to the US and work in the Jewish community. Most synagogues have participated in this program in the past. If you haven't, you may want to get additional information to be paired up for the next academic year!

We are looking for families who keep kosher in their homes, are warm, loving, and welcoming to open their hearts and homes to an Israeli teen! Shinshinim Atlanta will be bringing 8 new dynamic, smart and hard working 18 year old kids to our beautiful city to share their love of Israel for a year.  During this gap year they are volunteering their time in different summer camps,  Jewish day schools, synagogues, Jewish and non-Jewish organizations throughout Atlanta while living in Jewish-American homes. They are looking for the Atlanta lifestyle and family feeling! For more information please apply to host a Shinshin and Andrea Levy will follow up!




We are a global initiative that aims to address the growing challenge of recruiting and retaining high-quality educators in Jewish education. To achieve our goals, we map the demand in Jewish formal and informal education, profile those who can deliver, and ultimately match them successfully while providing them with a support network and mentoring. Our long-term goal is to discover untapped talent, those who with the right training, mentoring and support can become excellent Jewish educators.

Recruiting and retaining high-quality educators in Jewish education... click the graphic for details!


Sun, January 16 2022 14 Shevat 5782