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Welcome to Jewish National Fund-USA! This region is proud to serve Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and Washington D.C.  We have offices in Rockville, MD and Pikesville, MD, with three regional boards:  Greater Washington, Maryland, and Delaware.


All across the country people are getting involved to help build a stronger, more secure, and more prosperous Israel for the Jewish people everywhere. You can be a part!


Inspired by the legacy of Theodor Herzl and guided by an ambitious strategic roadmap for the next decade, we see a bright, beautiful future for the land and people of Israel. Join us. 


Moving the Mid-Atlantic? Do you know someone moving to the Mid-Atlantic? We want to hear from you!

  • Make new friends
  • Network
  • Engage philanthropically
  • Learn about Israel

Reach out to our Executive Director, Adam Tennen at 301.589.8565 x842  or atennen@jnf.org to learn how to get more involved.


Are you in a small community? Click here to learn more!

Jewish National Fund’s MidAtlantic Region is proud to serve the following communities:

Delaware        Maryland        Greater Washington DC




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  • Thursday
    OCT 12
    7:00 PM

    Evening of Appreciation - DC



The Closest You Can Get to Israel Without Being There

Places are filling up fast for one of the largest-ever international gatherings for Israel supporters. The Global Conference for Israel will unite thousands of philanthropists, high school and college students, and the Israelis who manage and benefit from Jewish National Fund-USA's philanthropic investments, for a weekend of unparalleled conversations, enrichment, and entertainment.
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Temple Isaiah Focuses on Disability, Awareness, Inclusion

Adi Negev Grounds
“Does focusing on disability inclusion and equity as Jewish values need its own month?” Elie Klein asked three dozen people last week at Temple Isaiah in Fulton. “We should be living that every single day. But the truth is that we’re busy people and have a lot of stuff going on. So unless we’re forced to focus on it, we sometimes miss the forest for the trees, and that’s why [JDAIM] is so important.”
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