About Us

 

The mission of the Charleston, South Carolina Jewish Federation is to build, strengthen, and preserve Jewish identity and the needs of the community through partnerships that enable us to serve the needs of our local Jewish community, Israel, and worldwide...more

Our Community

 

The Charleston Jewish Community is a vibrant and thriving Jewish community. CJF proudly supports the community as the "Lifeline of Jewish Charleston." To learn more about community organizations, click here. To view the community calendar, click here.

 

The Charleston Jewish Federation Annual Campaign is the most trusted fundraising vehicle in the Charleston, South Carolina community, raising funds to provide the basic infrastructure that supports the Charleston Jewish Community...more

Support the Charleston Jewish Community Kosher Food Pantry

Did you know that just $5 equals 1 nutritious meal? The Charleston Jewish Community Kosher Food Pantry is our Jewish communal response to hunger in Charleston and reflects our commitment to the Jewish values of Tzedakah (justice), Tikkun Olam (repair of the world) and to serving community members in need with Kavod (respect). Right now, millions of American are struggling with hunger. These are often hard-working adults, children and seniors who simply cannot make ends meet and are forced to go without food for several meals, or even days. Click here for more information on the food pantry.

 

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