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Jewish Family Service of St. Paul (JFS) — Refugee Resettlement
1633 W. Seventh St.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-698-0767
Fax: 651-698-0162
info@jfssp.org
www.jfssp.org

Providing pre-arrival, arrival and post-arrival services to Jewish refugees.

 

Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul
790 S. Cleveland Ave., Suite 227
St. Paul, MN 55116
651-690-1707
Fax: 651-690-0228
www.jewishstpaul.org
Executive Director: Eli Skora
President: Steve Brand
Campaign Director: Dan Lepow

The Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul unites, sustains and enhances the St. Paul area Jewish community and strengthens bonds with Jewish communities in Israel and around the world. The Federation fulfills this mission through an annual fundraising campaign, endowments and planning, and by working in partnership with social services agencies, educational institutions and synagogues. Committed volunteers work together with a trained professional staff to coordinate the fundraising, planning and budgeting for 10 local partner agencies and overseas partners, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the Jewish Agency for Israel and World ORT.

 

Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul — Shalom St. Paul
790 Cleveland Ave., Suite 227
St. Paul, MN 55116
651-695-3186
spesses@stpaulfed.org
www.jewishstpaul.org
Director: Sharyn Effress Pesses

Are you new to the St. Paul Jewish community, or do you know someone who is? The Jewish Federation of Greater St. Paul welcomes you, and we hope that you will take an active part in community life. Shalom St. Paul offers personal outreach, as well as a welcome packet of information about the St. Paul area Jewish community. The packet includes community resources, program guides and other helpful information.

 

St. Paul JCC — Russian-American Jews in Minnesota
1375 St. Paul Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55116
651-255-4742
ilanav@stpauljcc.org
www.stpauljcc.org
Russian-American Project Director: Ilana Volodarsky

The RAJMN works to: deepen the connection of the Russian Jewish community in Minnesota to the larger Jewish community in our state; foster understanding and a general curiosity about Judaism and Russian Jewish roots and culture among young Russian-speaking Jews; strengthen connections between young families in Minnesota’s Russian-speaking Jewish community; teach Russian-speaking Jewish teens and young families leadership skills; and strengthen the Jewish identity of Russian-Jewish teens and young families in Minnesota.

 

St. Paul JCC — Russian-speaking Social and Supportive Services
651-255-4755
yshteyn@stpauljcc.org
www.stpauljcc.org
New American Program Coordinator: Yulia Shteyn

Educational, social, cultural and travel programs are offered throughout the year. Supportive services include ELL classes, Russian language library and medical interpreting.

(Updated 02.19.17)

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