The JEWISH FEDERATION OF NEW MEXICO partners with Jewish organizations to
meet the needs of Jews in New Mexico, Israel and worldwide through LEADERSHIP, PHILANTHROPY,
EDUCATION and SOCIAL ACTION.
We accomplish this by:
- Prioritizing, funding and implementing programs that meet the needs of Jews of all ages in New Mexico;
- Strengthening Jewish identity and participation among Jewish New Mexicans;
- Providing a voice for the Jewish community that addresses critical issues and celebrates Jewish life;
- Sponsoring programs that inspire and develop multi-generational Jewish leadership;
- Supporting Israel and Jews in need around the world and by mobilizing the Jewish community to
respond to humanitarian crises.
JFNM is a part of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), which works with local Federations
across the U.S. and around the world.
NOW MORE THAN EVER, IT’S TIME TO LOOK BEYOND OUR LABELS
PLEASE DONATE NOW. YOUR IMPACT IS IMMEASURABLE.
JEW1SH FEDERATION OF NEW MEXICO
5520 Wyoming Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87100
With the crisis in Israel foremost in our minds, this Rosh Hashana takes on an even deeper significance. And so does our unity.
Because no matter how we may label ourselves—we are all Jews. That's what matters. Now more than ever.
So this Rosh Hashana, let’s make it a sweeter new year by standing together. You can do that by giving generously to Federation. Your gift helps support our brothers and sisters in Israel and in our entire global community.
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The Jewish Federation of New Mexico has commissioned the first-ever comprehensive survey of New Mexico’s Jewish community.