Our funds have a global impact:


The Jewish Federation of Greater Binghamton is part of JFNA's Network of small communities. The Network communities represent more than 200,000 men and women who care deeply about the global Jewish community and have raised upwards of $70 million since 2004.

In Israel and around the world, the Network of Independent Communities funds a select group of programs that deliver vital assistance to the Jewish people and strengthen our global community. There are three time-tested projects that help vulnerable communities in Israel and the former Soviet Union. In addition, the Network is raising funds for Aliyah of Rescue, a Jewish Agency program that brings Jews living in hostile areas home to Israel.

The three projects we help to fund are:

  • Lunch and Learn in Dimona, Israel
  • Hesed Eliyahu in Tbilisi, Georgia
  • PACT in Lod, Israel

The Jewish Federation of Greater Binghamton allocates funds each year to JFNA.  You can support the global mission by giving to The Jewish Federation of Greater Binghamton.