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State Attorney Andrew Warren

Anti-Semitism: Ancient Threat in a Modern World
Guest Speaker: State Attorney Andrew Warren
Andrew Warren is a strong advocate for Jews and Israel and a passionate speaker about antisemitism. He is a leader in promoting justice and fairness for everyone and remains committed to making neighborhoods safer.
Sunday, Dec. 5
1:00 pm, ET at Beth Tikvah AND on Zoom
In-Person event at Beth Tikvah is sold out.
To register to watch this program on Zoom, click here.
Andrew Warren was elected as State Attorney of Florida’s 13th Judicial Circuit, Hillsborough County, in November 2016 and re-elected in November 2020. Warren leads an office of approximately 130 prosecutors and 300 total employees whose mission is to build a safer community while promoting justice and fairness for everyone in the criminal justice system.
The event is co-sponsored by: Beth Tikvah, Jewish Community Relations Council and the Israel Advocacy Committee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples.

Rabbi Skorka


Why Rabbi Skorka’s Visit to Naples and his 25-year Friendship with Pope Francis Resonate with Historic Significance


The Catholic Jewish Dialogue of Collier County is honored to have Rabbi Abraham Skorka visit us in February and give a presentation on his experience in dialoguing with the Pope. He and then Cardinal Bergoglio of Buenos Aires met several times over many years to promote inter-religious dialogue. They both sought to build bridges among Catholicism, Judaism and the world at large. At the time Rabbi Skorka was the leading Rabbi in Argentina. 


Of particular importance were the 25-year ongoing fraternal dialogues between Rabbi Skorka and the then Archbishop of Buenos Aires, today’s Pope Francis, whose common humanity, sincerity and empathy built a deep friendship. Their  efforts together led to many initiatives that hopefully can inspire human beings everywhere to seek interreligious brotherhood and understanding. 


The nature of the dialogue between Rabbi Skorka is truly historic by its depth, intensity and durability over a 25-year period.


Sunday, February 20th, 3 PM at

St. John the Evangelist Ballroom,

625 111th Ave. N., Naples.


$18 per person or

$25 at the door (if there are seats available)


Purchase tickets HERE.


Last day to purchase tickets in advance at $18 pp is

Friday, Feb. 18 at noon.



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 November 29 eblast, click here.

To read the November 22 eblast, click here.

To read the November 15 eblast, click here.



To read the PJ Library December eblast, click here.

To read the PJ Library November eblast, click here.

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Purchase your Jewish Book Festival tickets here.

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2022 Annual Community Campaign Kick-Off
Celebrate Campaign and Community
Sunday, December 19
2:00 pm
BBQ, Live Entertainment, family-friendly
at the future home of Nina Iser Jewish Cultural Center
Temple Shalom
4630 Pine Ridge Rd
No Cost to attend with a minimum pledge of $36 pp to 2022 Annual Campaign, otherwise $18 pp
Limited Space
To register for this event, click here.
To learn more, please e-mail kwisemayer@jewishnaples.org or call (239) 263-4205

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Need the Zoom link? Need Zoom help? Email Renee here.


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.


Happy Shopping!

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.


Click here to make a tribute or memorial donation.



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:


Join us on zoom. These events are free.

If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to help the Israel Advocacy Committee bring these programs to you, please click here.

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.

Please consider donating towards programming.


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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.