Thank you for your interest in learning more about your 
Jewish Federation and how you can help.

You can make a donation to the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples

(General Division, Women's Philanthropy,Tributes, in honor or memory) via the web. 


It's safe and secure.

Simply click on the donate button and get started.

Or call Julie Hartline, Campaign Associate at (239) 263-4205.

To become a member of the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples, 
our by-laws require that you make an annual donation of $36 or more per person. 
No membership forms are needed.


The Jewish Federation of Greater Naples is registered as a charitable organization in Florida.  Reg. No. CH4862.


100% of all contributions are retained by our organization. 

2019 Federation Campaign

Neve Michael

A message from Neve Michael

Neve Michael

Neve Michael thanks you!


Shop with the Sheriff 2018

At Federation we believe in helping the entire COMMUNITY! Our Shop with the Collier County Sheriff's Office program is in its fourth year. Seventy-eight underprivileged children from four Collier County Public Schools were paired up with Officers to shop for Christmas.
In December of 2018, the Officers came in on their day off or after work to help these children spend $106.00 at Super Target on Immokalee Road in Naples. President/CEO, Jeffrey Feld of the Jewish Federation of Greater Naples and Board Chair, Jane Schiff presented Sheriff Kevin Rambosk with a check in the amount of $8,000.
Santa was there to greet the children as well.
If you would like to donate to this program or one of our many other programs you can call us at 239-263-4205, or click on the DONATE button that is above.


  • Discover Federation

    Hear some of our passionate volunteers answer the question, "Why Federation?", and discover how hearts and lives are changing everywhere. Click the image above for a short video.

  • Supporting Education in Israel

    When Hamas rockets hit, laptops from Federation partner agency World ORT keep deserving students in Kiryat Gat connected to school and each other. Click the image above for the full story.

2017 Fed. Campaign Video