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18Doors empowers people in interfaith relationships— individuals, couples, families and their children—to engage in Jewish life and make Jewish choices, and encourages Jewish communities to welcome them.
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AgeWell Atlanta is not a new service agency – it’s an innovative and collaborative partnership of organizations that already exist in Jewish Atlanta. AgeWell Atlanta is here to help older adults and caregivers navigate the aging process, widen their world, and live vitally.
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Atlanta Jewish Academy is a college preparatory, co-educational, Early Childhood – 12th Grade, independent Jewish Day School, guided by modern orthodox values and principles.
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The focus of the Atlanta Jewish Foundation is to support the Jewish community and the causes that matter most to you with care, intelligent planning, and world class financial expertise.
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The Atlanta Jewish Music Festival shares and celebrates Jewish heritage through quality music and artistic experiences.
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The Atlanta Rabbinical Association (ARA) promotes fellowship, communication, and comradery among the rabbis serving the Metro Atlanta Jewish communities.
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Birthright Israel seeks to ensure that every eligible young Jewish adult around the world, especially the less connected, is given the opportunity to visit Israel on this educational journey.
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The Blue Dove Foundation was created to help address the issues of mental illness and addiction in the Jewish community and beyond. Based in Atlanta, The Blue Dove Foundation works with people and organizations across the United States and around the world.
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The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, affectionately called “The Breman,” celebrates and commemorates the Jewish experience and the universal themes of diversity and human dignity. With support from your Federation, The Breman staff collects, preserves, interprets, and teaches Jewish values, culture, and history.
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Established in 1961, Camp Judaea is a small, Jewish, Israel-centered summer camp community for boys and girls ages 7-15 located in Hendersonville, NC.
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Founded in 2010, Creating Connected Communities (CCC), is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring life-enhancing programs to children in need by empowering teens to become engaged community leaders and volunteers.
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Friendship Circle of Atlanta strives to create an inclusive Jewish community where everyone belongs.
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Onward Israel offers exciting resume building opportunities – internships, academic study and fellowships – providing a global, cross-cultural experience in Israel and direct contact with Israeli peers.
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Hillel is the focal point for Jewish undergraduate and graduate students. Hillels of Georgia enrich the lives of these individuals so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world.
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Holocaust Survivors
Support Fund

The Holocaust Survivors Support Fund helps meet the needs of aging Holocaust survivors such as home care, medical needs, medical equipment, prescription drugs, dental care, home-delivered meals, emergency financial assistance, adult day care, assisted living housing support (with partial scholarships), hospice, and food assistance.
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Honeymoon Israel provides immersive trips to Israel for locally based cohorts of couples that have at least one Jewish partner, early in their committed relationship, creating communities of couples who are building families with deep and meaningful connections to Jewish life and the Jewish people​.
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The mission of In the City Camps is to deliver the proven results of Jewish overnight camp – lifelong friendships, personal growth, and a meaningful connection to the Jewish community and Israel – in an affordable, accessible, day camp package that acknowledges the realities of today’s modern Jewish family.
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Passport to Israel is a savings incentive program that encourages families to start saving early for a child’s educational Israel experience.
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The Israel Sport Center for the Disabled is one of the world pioneers in the field of sport rehabilitation.  Founded in 1960, the ISCD is a home away from home to around 2,500 Israelis of all ages, where the unique merits of sports are utilized to strengthen body, spirit and mind.
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Jewish Abilities Alliance (JAA) provides resources and support to enable people with disabilities to more fully participate in all that Jewish Atlanta offers. Visit the Jewish Abilities Alliance page to find special needs resources.
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From founding and building the State of Israel to planting the seeds of friendship between Jewish communities separated by distance, since 1929, JAFI has been securing a vibrant Jewish future for generations to come.
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The JCRC of Atlanta is committed to provide, on a non-partisan basis, a common table where members of the Jewish Community of Atlanta and other Jewish constituencies can convene and discuss issues that affect our community, Israel, and the Jewish people internationally, nationally, in our state or locally.
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JECCA uses an action-oriented approach to integrate best practices into Jewish early education programs, helping to ensure that highly competent professional leaders and educators shape your child’s first educational experiences.
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Jewish Education Collaborative

Atlanta is engaged in boldly reimagining Jewish education in our community, beginning with what we call part-time, or “supplemental” Jewish education. With the support of a generous funder Federation has launched The Jewish Education Collaborative (JEC) which is elevating Jewish education to a top communal priority.
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JELF provides interest-free, last dollar loans to Jewish students in need for their higher education.
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Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta (JF&CS) offers programs and resources to transform lives. Building on a 125-year history, JF&CS helps individuals and families of all faiths live to their full potential.
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The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) represents 146 Jewish Federations and over 300 Network communities, which raise and distribute more than $3 billion annually and through planned giving and endowment programs to support social welfare, social services and educational needs.
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Jewish Fertility Foundation provides financial assistance, emotional support, and educational programming to Jewish people with medical infertility.
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Jewish HomeLife is the only nonprofit organization in Jewish Atlanta with specialties for every stage of the aging journey. They’ve earned the reputation of being a group of passionate people who set a higher standard of care.
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JIFLA (Jewish Interest-Free Loan Fund of Atlanta) helps Jews in the Atlanta area maintain financial stability in challenging times.
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Jewish Kids Groups provides fun, camp-style Jewish education to Atlanta kids ages 8 months to 19 years.
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The mission of Jewish Student Union is to help teens explore and celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the Jewish people.
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JDC (the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee or “The Joint”) is the leading Jewish humanitarian organization, working in 70 countries to lift lives and strengthen communities. JDC rescues Jews in danger, provide aid to vulnerable Jews, develop innovative solutions to Israel’s most complex social challenges, cultivate a Jewish future, and lead the Jewish community’s response to crises.
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JumpSpark offers resources for genuine connection and growth to empower and educate Jews from every part of our city. JumpSpark exists to bring together Jews across Atlanta to preserve and progress our community for the future and help teens grow and discover their best selves.
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Lost Tribe Esports is reimagining Jewish engagement, and changing the game on how Jewish teens and young adults connect with each other and build Jewish community. Game on.
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LOTEM is the leading organization in Israel offering accessible hikes and educational nature activities around the country to children and adults with special needs. These include individuals with visual and hearing impairments, physical, intellectual and emotional challenges and children on the autism spectrum.
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The mission of the Metro Atlanta Community Mikvah (MACoM) is to provide a safe, sensitive, welcoming, halachic and aesthetically beautiful environment for Jewish ritual immersion and conversion, allowing for ongoing fulfillment of spirituality, Torah awareness, healing and wellness.
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The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) is committed to strengthening the quality of life in Atlanta and is recognized as one of the most highly-regarded Jewish community centers in the nation. Our NAEYC-accredited preschools, award-winning camps, outstanding cultural events, and invigorating sports and fitness programs engage and connect the community.
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Moishe House provides vibrant Jewish community for young adults by supporting leaders in their 20s as they create meaningful home-based Jewish experiences for themselves and their peers.
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Momentum seeks to inspire women to transform themselves, transform their families, their communities, and the world. Our flagship program, the MOMentum Year-Long Journey, empowers women to connect to Jewish values, engage with Israel, take action, and foster unity, without uniformity.
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Moving Traditions emboldens teens by fostering self-discovery, challenging sexism, and inspiring a commitment to Jewish life and learning.
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The purpose and mission of the Masorti Foundation for Conservative Judaism is to support the work of Israelis in building a Judaism that preserves observance and tradition while recognizing how modern life in Israel is lived.
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OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. OneTable is a national nonprofit funded to support people (21-39ish) looking to find and share this powerful experience.
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Jewish Overnight Camping

Study after study proves that the benefits of Jewish overnight camp are profound – Jewish friendships that last a lifetime, a 24/7 Jewish community, a chance to try new things, leadership opportunities and exposure to incredible role models.
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Something magical happens when parents sit down to read with their children. And when those books are Jewish, the impact is even more powerful! PJ Library is a national program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation that sends Jewish children (6 months through 12 years), a free, age-appropriate Jewish themed book each month. With support from Federation, PJ Library mails books to more than 5,500 families in metro Atlanta.
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Ramah Darom inspires a lifelong love of Jewish values, tradition and community by bringing youth, adults and families together for exceptional, immersive experiences in Jewish living and learning.
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Repair the World Atlanta mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to pursue a just world, igniting a lifelong commitment to service.
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Shinshinim are Israeli 18 and 19-year olds participating in a “gap year”. They’ve graduated from high school and before they go into the Israeli military they spend one year teaching in American communities. When you invite a Shinshin into your home you invite conversations about Israel, knowledge of Israeli current events, and a first-hand experience of Israeli culture.
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The Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender & Sexual Diversity (SOJOURN) is the American South’s resource for Jewish & LGBTQ+ programming, education, support, and advocacy. Our mission is to advance LGBTQ+ affirmation and empowerment across the South.
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Temima High School for Girls enables each student to reach her full potential as a committed, G-d fearing Jew and a productive member of society.
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The Alfred & Adele Davis Academy is an accredited Reform Jewish Day School, strives to create a community in which children develop a life-long love for learning and commitment to Jewish life founded on morals, values, and ethics, grounded in Torah.
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The Epstein School is a preschool (from 3 months) – 8th grade Independent Jewish Day School serving 450 students. At The Epstein School, students experience an exceptional education led by specialized STEAM and Hebrew language programs.
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Torah Day School of Atlanta provides an authentic Torah education and a robust General Studies curriculum in a warm and nurturing environment.
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NFTY is a movement that builds strong, welcoming, inspired communities through teen-powered engagement. Together, we pursue tikkun olam, personal growth, youth empowerment, and deep connections, all rooted in Reform Judaism.
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At 6 Points Sports Academy, young Jewish athletes from across +33 states and 7 countries participate in a unique camping experience that combines professional sports coaching and the beloved traditions of Reform Jewish camping.
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Camp Coleman, a program of the Union for Reform Judaism, serves campers from the Southeast United States from Tennessee and the Carolinas through Georgia and Florida. Committed to core values of respect, peace, community and kindness, we build a warm and caring community where campers have fun and experience the excitement and warmth of belonging to a Reform Jewish community.
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The Weber School, a Jewish Community high school serving students from all Jewish backgrounds, prepares students for success in college and in life with comprehensive academic and co-curricular programs that inspire student exploration, leadership, and Jewish social consciousness.
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The mission of the World Union for Progressive Judaism (WUPJ) is to strengthen Jewish life and values in Israel and Jewish communities throughout the world by supporting and advancing a progressive approach to Jewish tradition.
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Yemin Orde Youth Village, located on 77 acres atop Mount Carmel in northern Israel, is home, school and safe haven to 430 at-risk and Yemin Orde Youth Villageimmigrant youth from around the world
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Your Jewish Bridge is an Atlanta-based organization that provides access to personalized life cycle rituals, and educational, pastoral and spiritual support on a fee-for-service basis. The mission of Your Jewish Bridge is to meet you where you are, as you want to be served, with a rich set of Jewish resources to meet your specific needs.
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