#GivingTuesday Guide to Jewish Atlanta

We're heading into the season of gratitude and giving! Use this handy guide to giving in Jewish Atlanta and see where your dollars make a difference.

Anti-Defamation League – For 100 years, the Anti-Defamation League has worked to fight anti-Semitism, bigotry and discrimination through advocacy, education and action. Donate ›

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival – Inspires communities to new levels of social and cultural understanding and engages diverse audiences through a cinematic exploration of Jewish experience. Donate ›

Atlanta Jewish Music Festival – AJMF keeps Jewish culture thriving and celebrates Jewish heritage with year-round, subsidized learning programs for musicians and music-lovers, through secular and faith-based collaborative concerts and performances, and by our multi-day, annual Spring Festival  Donate ›

The Blue Dove Foundation – Educates, equips, and ignites our Jewish community with tools to understand, support, and overcome the challenges presented by mental illness and substance abuse. Donate ›

The Breman Museum – The only Jewish museum in Georgia, the Breman is the state leader in educating Georgians about the Holocaust and Jewish culture, arts, heritage, and history. Donate ›

Camp Jenny – NFTY’s Southern Area and Southern Tropical Regions’ year-round initiative to give 150 impoverished Atlanta children the opportunity to receive tutoring and support throughout the year which then culminates in a 4-day long camp experience at URJ’s Camp Coleman over Memorial Day Weekend. Donate ›

Center for Israel Education – Provides innovative, accessible, and reliable education about modern Israel using primary resources. Donate ›

Chaya Mushka Children’s House – a progressive Jewish Montessori School creating a home-like learning environment offering the warmth, nurturing and care for each child to thrive. Donate ›

Creating Connected Communities – A 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to enhance the lives of children in need by developing our next generation of community leaders and volunteers. Donate | Volunteer | Give a Gift

The Epstein School – An independent Jewish day school for preschool through 8th grade challenging and preparing students to become confident, engaged learners, and knowledgeable, committed leaders of our local and global communities. Donate ›

Etgar 36 – Creating the next generation of Jewish American critical thinkers and activists through immersive experiences with our country’s history. Donate ›

Hillels of Georgia – Enriching the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Donate ›

Jewish Educational Loan Fund – JELF grants need-based, interest-free loans to Jewish students from the Southeast for post-secondary study at accredited institutions. Donate ›

Jewish Family and Career Services – JF&CS provides assistance to children and their families so they can meet these challenges and thrive in their emotional, social and academic development. Donate ›

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta – Creating a Jewish community that connects people, ensures a Jewish future and cares for people in Atlanta, Israel, and around the world. Donate ›

Jewish Fertility Foundation – Provides financial assistance,  educational awareness, and emotional support to Atlanta Jewish families who have medical fertility challenges. Donate ›

Jewish Interest Free Loan of Atlanta – Providing interest free loans to Jewish people in the Atlanta area to maintain financial stability and navigate challenging financial periods. Donate ›

Jewish Home Life – Provides high quality healthcre and wellness to older adultns throughout all stages of aging. Donate ›

Jewish Kid’s Group – An independent network of Jewish supplementary schools that educate and inspire children – in a way that feels like summer camp – engendering joyful Jewish identity, learning, and friendships. Donate ›

Jewish National Fund – JNF’s mission is to ensure a strong, secure, and prosperous future for the land and people of Israel, and their Alexander Muss High School study abroad experience helps Jewish students from around the world form a stronger bond to Israel. Donate ›

Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta – Enriches organizations and communities to empower Jewish women and girls to be leaders, philanthropists, and decision makers via effective grantmaking, advocacy, and education through a gender lens.  Donate ›

Limmud Atlanta-Southeast – A community who creates space for crafting a Jewish experience, examining the connection to Jewish ideas and tradition, and sharing curiosity, enthusiasm and thoughts with a diverse group of people. Donate ›

Metro Atlanta Community Mikvah – MACoM is an independent mikvah open to Atlanta’s entire Jewish community regardless of one’s affiliation, observance level, sexual orientation, or capacity for physical mobility. Donate ›

Marcus Jewish Community Center of Greater Atlanta – The MJCCA impacts and inspires more than 60,000 in the Atlanta community of all faiths, ages, and backgrounds through programs and services for the whole family. Donate ›

NFTY-SAR – Each year NFTY-SAR gives out over $10,000 in scholarships to make their programs accessible for all teens, regardless of their financial means, and allow them to build friendships, lifelong Jewish identities, and leadership skills. Donate ›

Rebecca’s Tent – As an emergency shelter in the coldest winter months, they provide basic comforts, life skills training, access to community resources and the essential human services needed to help women rise up and work toward stability and independence. Donate ›

SOJOURN – The American South’s resource for Jewish and LGBTQ+ programming, education, support, and advocacy. Donate ›

Repair The World – By partnering with existing local organizations, Repair Atlanta connects young adults to meaningful, direct, hands-on service to meet urgent needs in their local communities. Donate ›

The Temple – A diverse and inclusive religious organizaiton that promotes unity within the Jewish community. Donate ›

The Weber School – Prepares its students for success in college and in life, inspiring them to be knowledgeable, thinking, responsible Jewish adults. Donate ›

Note: This is not a full list of Jewish organizations making a difference in Atlanta but a curated list of those participating in a #GivingTuesday campaign. Email your nomination to Laura.gronek@jumpsparkatl.org ›
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