Make a difference in the lives of others at home and all around the world.


Participate. Discover how rewarding it can be to connect with your community.


Giving your time to help others is such a meaningful and rewarding experience.


Global Day of Jewish Learning


Yom Ha'atzmaut: Israel Independence Day


Yom HaShoah: Holocaust Remembrance Day


Community Winter Dinner


Camp Shalom - A non-demominational Jewish day camp in Lexington.


PJ Library sends Jewish books to kids ages 6 months to 8 years and hosts programs for families.


We provide support to local youth groups and teens.


Join the NOW generation - current and future young leaders in our community.


The only Jewish day camp in central Kentucky, bringing unaffiliated and affiliated together.

Youth and Young Adult Programming

Federation offers several options for youth and young adults to get involved, learn about their Jewish identity, and meet other young Jews. Summer camp, PJ Library, youth groups, and social and educational events for young adults, just to name a few.

Support and Emergency Funds

Our Jewish Family Services provides information and referral services, friendly visiting, monthly programming for seniors, and emergency funds for those in need in our Jewish community. JFS also distributes youth camperships and scholarships each Spring.

Holidays and Jewish Education

JFB hosts holiday programs and opportunities for Jewish learning monthly and annually. We have a monthly lunch and learn, host the Global Day of Jewish Learning, have a One Book Jewish Lexington book group, and Yom HaShoah with roundtable discussions…