The Jewish community of Greenville, South Carolina has a rich and proud history dating back as far as the early 1850s. As with those that came before us, a variety of opportunities and individual circumstances continue to bring new faces and families to the Upstate. With an invigorating mix of tradition and innovation, the Greenville Jewish Federation (GJF) is committed to creating a unifying presence for all Jews who reside in this area…regardless of whether they choose to affiliate.
Given the many activities, events, and innovative programs currently in the planning process, 2014 will surely prove to be an exciting time for our small, but dynamic, community. So, we invite you to participate, experience, and enjoy all that Federation has to offer.
BBYO COMES TO THE UPSTATE!
More Jewish Teens, More Meaningful Jewish Experiences
BBYO is the largest and oldest Jewish youth movement in the world and a new chapter has been established in the Upstate. Adopting the name Gesher (meaning bridge in Hebrew), it is the latest member of Dixie Council, joining the cities of Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, and Augusta. Any interested teens in grades 8-12 are invited to join. For more information contact: Seth Charna, Advisor, email@example.com or Osnat Rosen, Parent Liaison, firstname.lastname@example.org. To contact the Dixie Council, e-mail Tamar Sternfeld at email@example.com
ALL ABOUT J-YUP
Jewish Young Upstate Professionals
The Jewish Young Upstate (J-YUP) Professionals is an informal organization focused on improving and expanding the social and professional lives of 20 and 30 “somethings” across the Upstate. Whether you want to network, meet new friends or search for that special someone, J-YUP serves as the hub for the best parties, events, and programs for young (or young at heart) Jews in the Greenville area. Using online forums to organize and inform people about programs and events, interested individuals can contact J-YUP via their Meetup page at meetup.com/J-YUP-Group or contact Seth Charna at firstname.lastname@example.org