The Greater Hartford Jewish community is made up of 32,000 people living in more than 30 towns surrounding Hartford, Connecticut’s capital city.
The Federation is proud to be a resource to a diverse population from towns in the Farmington Valley and "East of the River," including Manchester and Glastonbury, to residents and cultural institutions in downtown Hartford. Take your pick of activiites--from tending a community garden outdoors to attending a film festival, gala, performance or exhibit.
The Zachs Campus at 333 Bloomfield Avenue in West Hartford is a hub of Jewish activity. It is home to The Jewish Federation and Jewish Foundation of Greater Hartford,The Mandell JCC, Jewish Family Services, The Anya Rosenberg Kosher Food Pantry, the Jewish Historical Society, Hebrew Health Care and nearby Summerwood and Federation Homes senior communities.
We are proud to have three Jewish day schools in the area as well as some of the most prestigious colleges and universities offering several Hillels and The Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies. For an overview of our Jewish education and heritage resources, click here.
Our community also offers outstanding health care services. programming for adults and children with developmental disabilities as well as Jewish senior facilities, programs and residences. For an overview, click here.
Looking for Holiday Events? Want to find out what's going on around town—all in one place? Visit myjewishhartford.org. One community connected.