We live in different places. Our circumstances vary. But when someone is in need, our differences disappear. The Mid-Kansas Jewish Federation is here for all people, regardless of background or tradition — to provide relief, hope, and compassion - here at home, in Israel and in 70 countries across the globe.
Federation powers the Jewish community in ways you might not think of. Sending free PJ books to families. Supporting Jewish camp and Birthright experiences. Helping people discover their own connections to Judaism. We help rebuild communities and give families what they need in the wake of natural or financial disasters. We continue to create a safer, more just world for all.
THIS IS YOUR MOMENT TO HELP! YOUR CHANCE TO START SOMETHING POWERFUL!
We invite you to make your 2018 Annual Campaign pledge today to help support your fellow Jews. Your gift is not due until December 31, 2018 and is tax deductible. (To receive tax credit in 2017, you can pay your pledge early, by December 30, 2017.)
You can pledge by calling the MKJF office at 316-686-4741, visiting the MKJF office at 400 N. Woodlawn, Suite 8, Wichita, 67208 or donating online by going to www.mkjf.org and selecting "Donate Now."
At Federation, everyone has a place. Everyone counts. Can we count on you?
Amanda Meyers, Jamie Schmaltz, and Jamie Smartt are some of the 8 women from Wichita that were fortunate enough to go on the Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project MOMentum Trip. This trip was funded by the MKJF and the “Joan S. Beren for the Love of Israel Fund.” The Mom’s went over the summer and now they will be to telling us about their personal experiences and impact it had on them.
We will view a short interview that was featured on “Positively Kansas” KPTS show with Sierra Scott and a slide show of their trip.
Everyone is invited to Café Chevre. Invite a friend! It's our lunch and learn program with topics of interest to all!
Nov. 12 – 14 JFNA GA in Los Angeles
Wednesday Nov. 15 MKJF Café Chevre – 11:45 am
Thursday Nov. 23 THANKSGIVING MKJF Office Closed
Friday Nov. 24 MKJF Office Closed