News & Events
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle (the Federation) works on behalf of all Jews and all Jewish organizations in Washington state to ensure a vibrant Jewish community locally, in Israel and worldwide.
Join us at the Jewish Federation's 2015 Kickoff!
A gathering for community, reflection and prayer
Gather with members of the Seattle Jewish community as we join in solidarity with the people and state of Israel and the families of soldiers who grieve, mournful at the loss of all human life and prayerful about a lasting and sustainable end to conflict.
Congregation Beth Shalom
6800 35th Ave. NE, Seattle
Sunday, July 27
11 am to Noon
Day 17 Update: Operation Protective Edge - July 24, 2014
Click here for a special message from Keith Dvorchik, President & CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle» Read More
We can't silence them. But we can try to soften their impact on the lives of the children and families living under their blare.
Hamas' upgraded military capabilities put the vast majority of Israel's population within range of rocket fire. But all of Israel is within reach of our work.» Read More
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle condemns the brutal murder of 16 year old Mohammed Abu Khdeir. We are appalled by the heinous nature of the crime. We are grateful to the Israeli Police for their swift action and have confidence that Israel’s justice system will punish those responsible for the murder to the fullest extent under the law.» Read More
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is pleased to announce allocation of funding for programs benefiting Jewish communities in Western Washington, Israel and overseas. Funding for the community as a whole will total $3,201,816 for fiscal year 2015, which began July 1.» Read More
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle joins with the State of Israel and the worldwide Jewish community in expressing our grief and horror at the murder of Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaar and Eyal Yifrach, the three Israeli boys kidnapped by terrorists on June 12. Eyal was 19, and Naftali and Gilad were 16.» Read More