Services in the Community

The Jewish community offers several resources to help those in need:

Looking for a job? Visit the Greater Seattle Jewish Business Network on LinkedIn to network with others, find potential hires and hone your job skills. Sign up at www.JewishInSeattle.org/Networking.

Financial difficulties? Need help with food, counseling or emergency housing? Visit Jewish Family Service at www.JFSSeattle.org/Emergency.html.

Are you an older adult? Do you know an elderly person who has been hit hard and is seeking food and/or companionship? Kline Galland offers special support for the elderly at www.KlineGalland.org/NutritionCenter.html.

Personal emergency? Need some short-term funds? Members of our community may qualify for an interest-free loan of up to $3,000 through Seattle's Hebrew Free Loan Association. Contact HFLASeattle@yahoo.com.

Want a Jewish education for your kids? Scholarships are available for day school education through schools directly. Visit www.JewishInSeattle.org/DaySchools to find local schools.

Interested in scholarships for Jewish camp experiences? Contact Annie Jacobson at the Jewish Federation at AnnieJ@JewishInSeattle.org.

Interested in scholarships for Israel experiences? Contact Annie Jacobson at the Jewish Federation at AnnieJ@JewishInSeattle.org.

Your support of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle's Community Campaign makes many of these and more services possible. For more information, please call us at 206-443-5400. To make a gift, go to www.JewishInSeattle.org/DonateNow.