The Milwaukee Jewish Federation helps people find their place in our Jewish community. All of our programs and services, such as the Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center and Jewish Museum Milwaukee, serve as ways to get involved, but we also have specific initiatives to connect with Jews in our community like Shalom Milwaukee, Shalom Baby, Passport to Israel, One Happy Camper and J-Pride Milwaukee – LGBT Jewish and Allies.
Through Shalom Milwaukee, we welcome Jewish newcomers and connect them to the people and organizations that may interest them. Shalom Baby is a program that helps families with a recent birth or adoption connect with each other and with resources in the Jewish community.
Connect with us! Contact Anna Goldstein, Outreach/Teen Philanthropy Coordinator, at 414-390-5733.
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