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.
Help the Oklahoma City Tornado Victims
The Jewish Federations of North America has opened a mailbox to help the victims of the devastating Oklahoma City tornados. The mailbox will support relief efforts of the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City, and is coordinating relief efforts with the Federation. One hundred percent of funds donated will go to the local Federation and its relief efforts on the ground. The organized Jewish community of San Antonio extends sympathy and support to the people of Oklahoma. To Donate Now.
Be the Spark that
Rekindles our Community
2013 Annual Campaign at a Glance
Update on the 2013 Campaign: $442,602
Number of Contributions: 210
as of May 22, 2013
Federation Events And Activities
Alice Viroslav was re-elected Chair
of the Jewish Federation of San Antonio
at the Federation's 91st Annual Meeting.
Step Up for Israel
continues on Tuesday, May 21
at 7:30 p.m. at the Jewish Campus
For this and other Federation Events, JFSA Events.
Scholarships and Awards
Applications for the Beady Berler Scholarship are now being accepted for students in Texas colleges and universities who plan to study in Israel. For a copy of the Beady Berler Scholarship Application.
The Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies awards scholarships for Sleep-Away Camp, High School, Undergraduate and Graduate studies are available. 2013 Applications are now closed. Applications for 2014 will be available in January. For more information, CLICK HERE.
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.