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Local Jewish Organizations

The following partner organizations use grants from Federation to support Jewish people in our community.  The Jewish community of Greater Orange County offers its services supporting the temples, Jewish Family Service headquarters, and the Newburgh Jewish Community Center.  There is a wide array of programs and services to meet the spiritual, recreational, health and day care needs of our growing Jewish population.



Congregation Agudas Israel

Congregation Eitz Chaim

Temple Sinai


Monroe Temple of Liberal Judaism

Temple Beth Jacob  
Temple Beth Shalom


Temple Beth El

Congregation Beth Hillel

Congregation B'nai Torah

Jewish Family Service
JFS is a not-for-profit organization that strengthens families and community by providing a wide range of professional and accessible social services, according to Jewish ethics and traditions. We offer direct assistance, care management, referrals, and counseling. Our programs are open to the entire community while some of them are tailored for the Jewish community. We continue to embrace the spirit of tikkun olam - repairing the world - and we envision making the community of Orange County a better place, one life at a time.
720 Route 17M Middletown, NY 10940 845-341-1173
68 Stewart Avenue Newburgh, NY 12550  845-562-8372

Newburgh Jewish Community Center
The NJCC serves as a home to build Jewish identities and enrich community life through programming and philanthropic endeavors - sharing in a wide variety of educational, cultural and social activities. The center reaches out beyond its core constituency to serve people of all racial, religious, ethnic and economic backgrounds.
290 North Street Newburgh, NY 12550 845-561-6602


Middletown Chapter
Contact President Cynthia Weintraub, 845 386-3395,

Monroe Chapter
Contact: Ruth Sussman 845 783-3660

Noar of Newburgh Chapter
Contact Lynne Arnold, 787-5220,

National and International Partners

Federation's fundraising efforts also aid Jews around the country, in Israel and throughout the world. The following organizations benefit from Federation's endeavors and allow Federation to provide direct and indirect services to Jews in need of rescue and relief, humanitarian, spiritual and social services. 
American Joint Distribution Committee(JDC)
711 Third Avenue New York, NY 10017
212-687-6200; Fax: 212-682-7262

Jewish Agency for Israel(JAFI)
PO Box 92 Jerusalem, 91000, Israel
972-2-620-2450; Facsimile: 972-2-620-2303

World ORT
274 Madison Ave. Roomm 1106
New York, NY 10016

Jewish Federations of North America
Wall Street Station PO Box 157 New York, NY 10268

The merger of three major Jewish philanthropic organizations within the United States (United Jewish Appeal, the Council of Jewish Federations and United Israel Appeal) created the Jewish Federations of North America, which works closely with the Federation system to fund and service Jewish needs at the national level, in Israel and in 65 other countries.