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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 January 24 eblast, click here.

To read the January 17 eblast, click here.

To read the January 10 eblast, click here.


To read the PJ Library January eblast, click here.

To read the PJ Library December eblast, click here.


Wednesday, February 2 at 7:00 pm


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Israel Advocacy Committee invites the community

Wednesday, Feb. 9

Noon, 12:00 pm, ET

On Zoom


Khaled Abu Toameh will be Zooming in from Jerusalem to discuss the Israeli-Arab conflict with a focus on relations between Palestinians and Jews and the future of the peace process.


What's happening with the Palestinian Authority and Hamas? What are the major obstacles to peace? Will the Palestinians join the Abraham Accords? Also, relations between Jews and Arabs inside Israel, the problems and challenges facing the Arab minority in Israel. In addition, he will talk about the role of the international media toward the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 


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Jewish Community Relations Council
Rabbi David Dalin,
speaking on Jewish Supreme Court Justices: Their Lives and Legacies 
Tuesday, March 22
7:00 pm, ET
at Temple Shalom or Live Stream
Register Here for the free event
Eight Jewish Justices have served on the Supreme Court. 
·       Who are these people?
·       What have they individually, and as representatives of our Jewish heritage, brought to the American experience? 
·       What is the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsberg?
Dr. David Dalin, a Senior Research Fellow at Brandeis University, is a widely published scholar of American Jewish History and Jewish-Christian relations. His most recent book, Jewish Justices of the Supreme Court, from Brandeis to Kagan: Their Lives and Legacies, is the first historical review of the eight Jewish Supreme Court Justices. 
This "Taste of the Evening of Learning" is brought to you by the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples JCRC. The event is co-sponsored by Temple Shalom, Beth Tikvah, Naples Jewish Congregation, and Jewish Congregation of Marco Island.
Supporting Israel and Fighting Rising Antisemitism in 2022
Wednesday, March 30
5:15 pm - Light Kosher Israeli Dinner and Kosher Dessert
6:15 pm - Program
Masks will be required. Limited seating is available.
Location - Temple Shalom, 4630 Pine Ridge Road, Naples, FL
Keynote Speakers: Roz Rothstein, CEO & Co-Founder of StandWithUs International
Hussein Aboubakr - Egyptian Zionist Educator at StandWithUs
Honoring Howard M. Gelin with The Guardian of Israel Award
This program is brought to you by: Jewish Federation of Greater Naples, StandWithUs, Baer's, and Temple Shalom

Thinking about Architecture

Guest Speaker: Dale Artis Hackerman


Monday, March 28

Noon, ET on ZOOM

This is a free event.

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For centuries, buildings have begun with a vision in mind of an architect.

The way in which architecture has changed over time provides us with a fascinating record of the development of civilization, from antiquity to the present. Architecture represents the thoughts, emotions and values that have defined societies throughout history.

Today, however, the importance of climate awareness and sustainability place new demands upon architects that affect how we live and work together.

We will view significant buildings in my PowerPoint presentation that address these concerns. I look forward to your thoughts in a discussion after my presentation. 

This free program is brought to you by the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples

Sunday, April 3 at 3:00 PM

$18 per person 

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Wednesday, March 23 

7:00 pm 
$18 pp

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Purchase your Jewish Book Festival tickets 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.


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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:


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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.

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Annual Community Campaign Video

JFGN Video

Annual Community Campaign 2020

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.