New to the area? Interested in learning more about Jewish life in the Palm Beaches?
You’ve come to the right place.

This current, comprehensive list of Jewish schools, organizations,
scholarships and synagogues will connect you to your Jewish community. Be sure to check back here for updates. 


We work with a network of dedicated local, national and global partners to ensure that your giving, volunteerism and involvement most effectively address the causes you are passionate about in the Palm Beaches, Israel and 70 countries around the world.


Jewish Federations of North America

Represents 151 Jewish Federations and over 300 independent communities, which raise and distribute more than $3 billion annually for social welfare, social services and educational needs.

212.284.6500  |  jewishfederations.org


Florida Hillel Council

Provides opportunities for college students to explore Jewish identity on 28 campuses in Florida, including University of Florida, Florida State University and Florida Atlantic University.

561.297.4100  |  hillelcenter.org  (Local)
202.449.6500  |  hillel.org   (International)

The Jewish Agency For Israel

The Jewish Agency for Israel

Brings Jews to Israel and ensures their successful integration, and connects the next generation around the world with Israel and Jewish peoplehood.

212.339.6000  |  jewishagency.org

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

The world’s leading Jewish humanitarian assistance organization,impacting millions of lives in more than 70 countries today.

212.687.6200  |  jdc.org

Ethiopian National Project

The Ethiopian National Project

Unites global Jewry, the Government of Israel and the Ethiopian-Israeli community in its mission to advance the integration of Ethiopian-Israelis into Israeli society.

011.972.2.620.2843  |  enp.org.il

Birthright Israel

Taglit Birthright Israel

Strengthens Jewish identity, Jewish communities and solidarity with Israel by providing a 10-day trip to Israel for young people.

1.888.994.7723  |  birthrightisrael.com



We empower a bright Jewish future in our community by providing the highest quality Jewish education in the Palm Beaches through our partnerships with Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Preparatory School, Friedman Commission for Jewish Education (Federation’s center for Jewish learning since 2018) and Mandel JCC of the Palm Beaches.

In addition, you have a variety of educational offerings provided by our community synagogues. 


Conservative Synagogues

Golden Lakes Temple, West Palm Beach – 561.689.9430

Temple Beth El, West Palm Beach

Temple Beth David, Palm Beach Gardens

Temple Beth Kodesh, Boynton Beach

Temple Torat Emet, Boynton Beach

Temple Beth Tikvah, Greenacres

Temple B’nai Jacob of Wellington, Wellington

Temple Emanu-El, Palm Beach

Reform Synagogues

Congregation L’Dor Va-Dor, Boynton Beach – 561.968.0688

Temple Beth Am, Jupiter

Temple Beth El Israel, Port St. Lucie

Temple Beit HaYam, Stuart

Temple Beth Shalom, Vero Beach

Temple Beth Torah, Wellington

Temple Israel, West Palm Beach

Temple Judea, Palm Beach Gardens

Temple Shaarei Shalom, Boynton Beach

Orthodox Synagogues

Congregation Anshei Sholom, West Palm Beach – 561.684.3212

Chabad of West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach

Congregation Aitz Chaim, West Palm Beach

Chabad House Lubavitch of Palm Beach, North Palm Beach

The Chabad House of Northern Palm Beach Island, Palm Beach

New Synagogue of Palm Beach, Palm Beach

Palm Beach Synagogue, Palm Beach

Chabad Jewish Center of Jupiter, Jupiter

Chabad Jewish Center of Martin and St. Lucie Counties, Palm City

Reconstructionist Synagogues

Beit Chaverim of Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach


Federation is proud to offer scholarships, grants and incentives for families who demonstrate financial need, as well as financial support for Jewish students who demonstrate academic excellence and community involvement.

Jewish Overnight Camp

There are few more transformative opportunities for a young person than a summer camp experience. Camp allows kids to learn new interests like water skiing and archery, gain independence and confidence, and create enduring friendships – all while living Jewish values and experiencing the importance of community. Jewish children in Federation’s service area (Boynton Beach north through Vero Beach) are eligible to receive financial need-based scholarships to attend approved Jewish overnight summer camps across the country. Please check the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s approved list of programs to see if your camp is eligible for a scholarship.

Israel Experience Programs

Bring your Jewish identity to life with a trip to Israel! Our Israel experiences allow you to live history and learn in-depth about the land, culture and people of Israel. We offer a wide range of enriching travel experiences for different ages and interests, giving you the opportunity to make new friends, connect to the Jewish homeland and visit historic and holy sites.

March of the Living

This annual educational travel experience brings students from around the world to Poland and Israel, representing the continued existence of our Jewish culture and history.

JCC Maccabi Games and Artsfest

Be a part of one of the largest Olympic-style sporting and arts competitions in the country. A powerful and transforming experience for Jewish teens (13-17), the JCC Maccabi Games and Artsfest connects thousands of teenagers from all over the world to enrich their Jewish identity through an array of sports, arts and community service.

Hebrew Free Loan Society

Sometimes, we just need a hand up – and the Hebrew Free Loan Society, a program of Jewish Federation, is here to help. These interest-free loans enable Jewish individuals in the Palm Beaches to overcome financial challenges and pursue life dreams. Loans are made to Jewish individuals and families up to a maximum of $4,000, to be repaid over three years or less. 2018-2019 application coming soon.