The Jewish Federation of San Antonio
Founded in 1922, the Jewish Federation is dedicated to building a strong Jewish community in San Antonio and worldwide through its annual campaign, and by providing quality opportunities for Jewish individuals and families. More.
Jewish Federation of San Antonio Statement
The Jewish Federation of San Antonio expresses deep sadness over the senseless loss of life yesterday at the Kansas City Jewish Community Center and the Jewish retirement home. We send prayers and thoughts to the families of those who died. We stand in solidarity with the entire Kansas City community as they deal with this violent expression of hate in the midst of their city.
As Jews gather around the world to observe Passover, we remember the Jewish exodus from slavery in ancient Egypt, we remember those who lost their lives in yesterday in Overland Park Kansas, and we wish the San Antonio Jewish community a Hag Pesach Sameach.
Be the Spark that
Rekindles our Community
The Board of Directors and Staff of the Jewish
Federation of San Antonio is grateful for our
community effort that raised $1,500,000
for the 2013 Annual Campaign.
DONATE NOW FOR THE 2014 CAMPAIGN!
Federation Events And Activities
Community Holocaust Observance: Sun April 27 Yom Hashoah
The Lion of Judah Luncheon will be May 15. Call the Federation offices for more info at 210-302-6960.
Step Up for Israel programs are now available for loan. Call the Community Relations office for more: 210-302-6960.
For this and other Federation Events: JFSA Events.
Scholarships and Awards
Applications for the 2014 Viner Humanitarian Award are now available. The 2014 Award will recognize a non-profit which is working on children's mental health issues. Viner info
The Spring Scholarships applications are now closed.
Beady Berler Applications for Texas Students to Study in Israel are still open.
PJ LIbrary Books in your Own Home
The Jewish Federation of San Antonio partners with Friends of the Kolitz Academy and the Grinspoon Foundation to bring Jewish books and music to homes of Jewish children from six months up to age 7 in the San Antonio Area.
The Pj Library is also supported by the Nathalie and Gladys Dalkowitz Charitable Trust.