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


We pray for the safety of the people in the Ukraine. Your contribution will help humanitarian needs.

100% of your contribution goes to

Emergency Disaster Relief Fund

for the

Jewish Community in Ukraine

Send your check payable to JFGN for the Emergency Disaster Relief Fund for the Ukraine in the memo section, or donate online by clicking below.

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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 May 16 eblast, click here.

To read the May 9 eblast, click here.

To read the May 2 eblast, click here.


To read the PJ Library May eblast, click here.

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Author Book Talk
Ari's Spoon with author Douglas P. Zipes, MD
Wednesday, May 18
1:00 pm, ET on Zoom
Should a Catholic become a Jew? Or a Jew become a Catholic? If so, when, and why? Decisions made under extreme pressure define a person’s character and set in motion consequences that create the heroes and heroines in Ari’s Spoon, a novel based on real people and events that took place during the World War II Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and its aftermath.
Everyone is invited to attend the discussion of Ari’s Spoon.
This program is brought to you by Jewish Federation of Greater Naples and Men’s Cultural Alliance

10 Jewish facts about Superman in honor of his birthday


With author Roy Schwartz

Monday, June 13, 1-2 pm EST

Free Zoom program for all.

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Roy Schwartz is the author of Is Superman Circumcised? The Complete Jewish History of the World’s Greatest Hero and The Darkness in Lee’s Closet and the Others Waiting ThereIs Superman Circumcised? is the winner of the 2021 international Diagram Prize for Oddest Book Title of the Year.

The book is available everywhere books are sold and can be ordered through any bookstore. On Amazon it's https://www.amazon.com/Superman-Circumcised-Complete-History-Greatest/dp/1476662908.

Roy writes about pop culture for various publications, including New York Daily NewsPhilosophy NowThe Forward, and CNN.com. He received his BA in English from the New School University and interdisciplinary MA in English and social thought from NYU. He has taught English and writing at the City University of New York and is a former writer-in-residence fellow at the New York Public Library. 


Roy can be found at royschwartz.com and on TwitterInstagram and Facebook as @RealRoySchwartz.



SUPERMAN is the most famous character in the world. He’s the first superhero, an American icon—and he’s Jewish! Join author Roy Schwartz in a fascinating and entertaining journey through comic book lore, American history and Jewish tradition, sure to give you a newfound appreciation for the Mensch of Steel!


This program is brought to you by the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples and Men’s Cultural Alliance.


By: Roberta Rosenthal Kwall


Many American non-Orthodox Jews are not interested in Jewish practice and ritual. And many younger Jews have even less interest even in moderate observance than their parents.  Left unchecked, this reality will sink the future of American Judaism.

These conversations need to be spearheaded by both clergy and Jewish organizations. Studies of the American Jewish community are clear that we are moving far too quickly into a world strongly divided between the deeply religious and the Jewish “nones.” This is not a world in which our current Jewish organizational structure can survive let alone thrive.


Roberta Kwall will discuss her book on

Wednesday, June 22 at 12:00 pm, ET on Zoom.

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This is a free program for all.

You don’t have to read the book to come to the program. 

To purchase her book:  Remix Judaism: Preserving Tradition in a Diverse World



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Now you can shop at Amazon and support Jewish Federation of Greater Naples at the same time.


Visit AmazonSmile HEREbefore you begin to shop and select Jewish Federation of Greater Naples as your charity of choice.


Amazon will donate .5% of the price of eligible AmazomSmile purchases to Jewish Federation of Greater Naples.


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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. 



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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

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Annual Community Campaign 2020

Anti Semitism Task Force 


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


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