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Virtual Events

The community is offering a variety of LIVE events via Facebook and Zoom. Check out the LIVE Virtual Calendar to see what events are happening.

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JFO Virtual Village

While we may be apart, share what you are up to with the community. Whether you are gathering virtually, visiting loved ones through windows, or just being creative in your own house, when you post on social media please include the hashtag #JFOVirtualVillage.

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Virtual Kickoff Events

The 2021 Annual Campaign will look a bit different this year but one thing will remain the same…we will celebrate and support Jewish Omaha together. Our campaign chairs and staff are planning a variety of new and innovative experiences to connect our community. Plus, we are partnering with the Jewish Federation of North America, Jewish Federation of Greater Portland, and Federation for Jewish Philanthropy of Upper Fairfield County to offer these three virtual events below. Find your way to be a part of it and help us imagine and build towards a brighter Jewish tomorrow.

A Conversation with comedian and actor Michael Ian Black
Monday, Sept. 21, 7:00 pm

Register here

2021 Annual Campaign Community Event
Join Danny Denenberg and Jimmy Friedlander, Community Event Chairs along with musical instruction from Koolulam to virtually produce a music video to the song “One Day” by Matisyahu starring all of you.
October 15, 7PM - Launch Event via Zoom - Register here
Participate is this zoom meeting to learn everything you need to know to participate the video.
October 18, Midnight - Video upload deadline
October 29 - Video Premiere

2020 Impact Report

  Download the 2020 Impact Report. This booklet honors our amazing volunteers and highlights the work we have done on our campus for our community.

Do you have needs

because of COVID-19?

We are looking for volunteers to help us reach out to those in need during this time of crisis. Could you make a phone call, run an errand, provide a meal, or donate technology? Click the volunteer button to get started.


The recent COVID-19 developments will impact many people in both our Jewish and Omaha community. During this crisis we believe our focus should be on addressing the following challenges:
  • Ensuring our vulnerable seniors are taken care of and their feelings of isolation and loneliness are reduced
  • Assist community members with urgent financial needs
  • Assist JFO agency employees who might be impacted by the crisis
  • Identify other needs throughout the Omaha community and do our part to chip in