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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS & EVENTS



The Jewish community of Omaha is a vibrant community with many opportunities for engagement, education, celebration and activity.

Please look to our community calendar for the latest in scheduled events.
 
B'nai B'rith
Founded in 1843, B’nai B’rith International is the Global Voice of the Jewish Community and is the oldest most widely known Jewish humanitarian, human rights, and advocacy organization.Read More
Young Jewish Giving
Young Jewish Giving (YJG) empowers teens and college-aged students to make the world a better place by donating money to worthy causes engaged in meaningful work. Read More
Young Jewish Omaha
Young Jewish Omaha (YJO) is an important initiative of the Jewish Federation of Omaha. Capturing young professionals beginning their careers and establishing Omaha as a home base provides us a unique opportunity to engage with an age group with potential for long-term involvement in our community.Read More
Jewish Business Leaders
Jewish Business Leaders of Omaha brings together the Jewish business community to showcase the entrepreneurs, founders, and change-makers in our community while creating opportunity to connect, teach and leverage each relationship. Read More
Ben Gurion Society
Ben Gurion Society is a national donor recognition society for young adults, ages 25-45, who make a contribution of $1,000 or more to their local Jewish Federation as a sign of their commitment to leadership in the community. Read More
FED is a Jewish Federation of Omaha food-focused event designed to engage the next generation of Jewish community members, leaders and philanthropists. Read More
Women's Philanthropy
Women who contribute to the annual campaign in their own names are recognized at various levels, each with its own benefits. Through their gifts, the women of Women's Philanthropy observe our rich Judaic tradition tzedakah and supporting the Jewish Federation of Omaha's mission to build an sustain a vibrant Jewish community locally and around the world. Read More