The Greensboro Jewish Federation building is located at the corner of Friendly Avenue and Dolley Madison Road. The Federation has two constituent agencies, The Jewish Foundation of Greensboro and Jewish Family Services. As stated on their website, the "Federation has been supporting, sustaining and revitalizing Jewish life for nearly a century." They provide many important services to the local Jewish community. Their assistance extends to financial, emotional, physical and spiritual support. Their website alone is a wealth of information related to issues important to the Jewish community. From seeking grants and scholarships for travel to Israel to attending Jewish overnight camps locally, the website of the Greensboro Jewish Federation is a good place to start. The Federation also offers plenty of opportunities to volunteer and provide financial donations to support their efforts.
Since the 1800's, Greensboro's Jewish community has played a leadership role in many facets of life here. Moses and Ceasar Cone arrived in Greensboro, at the end of the 19th century. The Cone family name became associated with textile industrialism, conservation, and philanthropy. Moses Cone convinced another pair of Jewish brothers, the Sternbergers, to move to Greensboro, in part because of the acceptance he felt by the Greensboro community. Greensboro's early Jewish families, like the above Federation, are at the root of Jewish life in Greensboro.*
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