• The Jewish Federation sponsors cultural, educational and social events throughout the community. More

  • We're nurturing and strengthening Jewish identity here at home, from youth to seniors. More

  • We're sustaining Jewish communities worldwide, and offering support to all in times of crisis. More

Please note: The Jewish Federation of Greater Naples offices remain closed to the public due to maintaining of social distancing.
There are no in-person meetings or programs at the Federation until further notice.
Our office is running normal business hours and staff are working in-office.

We look forward to a time, hopefully soon, when we will be able to greet and see you in person!



Virtual programming is now available.

Register for the upcoming programs through the

weekly Monday eblast.


For any registration, zoom link

or program question,

please email Renee HERE.



To read the April 19 eblast, click here.

To read the April 12 eblast, click here.

To read the April 5 eblast, click here. 


To read the PJ Library April eblast, click here.

To read the PJ Library March eblast, click here.

To read the PJ Library February eblast, click here.



Fast forward about 5 minutes and watch!

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Monday, April 19 at Noon, EST

Aging Jewishly - What Our Traditions Tell Us about Growing Old with Author Rabbi Barbara Aiello
Wednesday, April 21
2 pm - 3 pm, EST. 
Join Rabbi Barbara Aiello, Italy's first woman rabbi, as she shares selections from her recently published book, "Aging Jewishly - What Our Traditions Tell Us about Growing Old." Rabbi Barbara will highlight the real-life issues that seniors face as they age and participants will have the opportunity to respond to questions and share their concerns. 
If you would like to purchase the book, click here:
About Rabbi Barbara Aiello  
Rabbi Barbara Aiello was appointed Italy's first woman rabbi in 2004 and continues to serve as Italy's only modern, liberal rabbi who lives and works in Italy. She continues to serve Jews throughout Europe as a spokesperson for Pluralistic Judaism – a movement that deliberately blurs denominational lines and extends the hand of Jewish welcome to Jews of all backgrounds. 


Thursday, May 13 from 6:00-6:30 pm.

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Need the Zoom link? Need Zoom help? Email Renee here.


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Give Hope

We can’t know what this New Year brings, we do know Jewish Federations will continue to be there.

Making a tribute or memorial gift is a wonderful way to honor the memory of a loved one, celebrate someone special in your life or commemorate milestones (such as a birthday, wedding, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, or anniversary). We will send an acknowledgment of your gift to the recipient(s) or their family.


Click here to make a tribute or memorial donation.



Please give to the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples. 
Our Jewish imperative to protect the vulnerable is important today more than ever. Even in these difficult times, we will, as a Community, continue to do all that we can to help those who are less fortunate. As we live through this crisis, our sense of Community and our values of Tikkun Olam need to remain strong. 



The Israel Advocacy Committee presents:


Join us on zoom. These events are free.

If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to help the Israel Advocacy Committee bring these programs to you, please click here.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Naples offers a variety of programs.

There are art lessons, books discussions, movie discussions, speakers and more.

We have a wide variety of programs.

Please consider donating towards programming.


Click here to make a donation.



For  more information, email Renee.

Mix and Mingle Group

Jewish Singles, 55 and up

Click on image for more information.


Annual Community Campaign Video

JFGN Video

Annual Community Campaign 2020

Jewish Federation of Greater Naples (JFGN) is the new name for Jewish Federation of Collier County (JFCC). This 10 minutes video highlights and showcases some of Federation activities, causes and plans. You will meet the people who give their time and resources to the Federation and learn why this growing Jewish community is beloved by its members and community at large.

Neve Michael

Neve Michael: Thank you!

Anti Semitism Task Force 


If you hear something or see something, please share it with us.


Click here to send an email or call our office at 239-263-4205.


Please let us know if you want to get involved with the Anti Semitism Task Force.