• Join us for the CSI and Temple Beth Israel blood drive. November 12th from 10 am - 1 pm at CSI.

CSI and Temple Beth Israel are joining together to host a blood drive to gather blood donations for Israeli EMS.

It is scheduled for Sunday, November 12th from 10 am - 1 pm at CSI.

We will have refreshments on hand for those who donate. Please make plans to support this worthy cause.

Welcome to JFMM

Jewish Federation of Macon & Middle Georgia



Since 1942 your generous contributions have helped provide social welfare, social services and educational needs as well as community strengthening for Jews and others in Middle Georgia, Israel and 70 countries through the world. We are part of the Network of Independent Jewish Communities under the umbrella of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA). JFNA is a top 10 rated charity which encompasses 148 Federations and 300 Network Communities. It raises and distributes over 2 billion dollars annually. For a list of organizations which we (JFMM) allocate to click here.

World Sight Day

Meet Dina and the Shalva Band

Dina Samte has been blind since the age of 6.On October 12th, World Sight Day, we’re reminded of how Jewish Federations make innovative inclusion programs like this possible–not just today but every day of the year.

Scholarship Opportunity for Jewish Women at Weslyan College


There is an extraordinary scholarship opportunity for a female student who is a member of one of Georgia's Jewish congregations to receive a generous scholarship to attend Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia. Wesleyan College was the first college in the world chartered to grant degrees to women, and since 1836, Wesleyan has been committed to women's education and helping every student find a unique voice and purpose, providing students an academically challenging and relevant liberal arts education. Their diverse, inclusive community encourages creativity, innovation, and leadership so all graduates are prepared to thrive in a complex world.


Thanks to a generous donor, they will be able to offer one qualified student who enters in Fall 2022 a full tuition scholarship plus room and board. Qualifications are as follows:
• Must be a resident of Georgia who is Jewish
• Must have a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher (HOPE eligible)
• Must retain HOPE eligibility to maintain the full scholarship in subsequent years
• Student is responsible for Wesleyan fees and additional lab/course fees
• The award is for fall-spring, maximum four years (8 semesters)


If you know of a qualified student, please encourage her to apply to Wesleyan College using either
the free online application or the Common Application, and indicate her religious affiliation as

She must apply and be accepted by February 14, 2022 in order to be invited to compete for the scholarship at our annual Scholarship Day on February 19, 2022.

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Camp Scholarship Form

The Jewish Federation of Macon and Middle Georgia, along with the Zarks Family Foundation provide need-based camp scholarships. Click Here To Apply.