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Current Activities and Programs

Greater Lansing Jewish Welfare Federation

Camp Scholarship Program 2020

Information about the application process for scholarships
to attend Jewish summer camps Is now available.
Submission deadline: Wednesday, April 1

See the JFNA One Happy Camper Grant Opportunity also here.

Application instructions may be found here.

Campaign Brunch

Sephardic Dinner

At the 2017 Annual Campaign Kickoff, attendees were treated to a Sephardic dinner prepared by our talented community members and heard presentations by Federation officials, who discussed the Federation response to the emergencies in Houston, Florida, Puerto Rico, California and Mexico.
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Ukranian Fundraiser

GLJWF Emergency Fundraiser for Jews in Ukraine

At this 2016 event, attendees heard presentations about the desperate needs faced by Jews in war-torn Ukraine.
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Mitzvah Day

Mitzvah Day

On Christmas Day 2011, members of the Greater Lansing Jewish Community participated in a few community service projects.
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Chanukah skaters

Chanukah on Ice

Federation members and guests celebrated Chanukah by lighting Chanukah candles, eating latkes, and ice skating.

Initiatives the JFNA Supports...

Torahs for Our Troops

The Jewish Federations of North America support "Torahs for Our Troops," a project of the JWB Jewish Chaplains Council, which is a service of the Jewish Community Centers Association of North America. Jewish military chaplains are assigned to visit the more than 10,000 Jewish Americans on active duty, to provide a wide range of services including helping them observe Shabbat and the Jewish holidays. JWB has commissioned the writing of six small, lightweight and fully kosher Torah scrolls to accompany the chaplains into the combat theater.

Haiti Relief

To meet emergency needs in Haiti the Jewish Federations of North America, in partnership with the JDC, is funding the Israel Defense Forces field hospital, the first portable medical facility operational in Haiti. The hospital includes 120 personnel: physicians, surgeons, obstetricians, nurses, and medical equipment, such as infant incubators and orthopedic devices.

Breast Cancer Education

The Federation’s Washington office is spearheading advocacy of the EARLY ACT. This legislation directs the Centers of Disease Control to develop and implement a national educational campaign about the threat that breast cancer poses to young women of all ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

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