A program run through our Women of Impact initiative, Giving Circle allows like-minded Jewish women of all ages to experience the power of collective giving by supporting a program in need. Hear presentations from several Jewish programs and decide as a group which will receive the Giving Circle’s support.

This opportunity gives its members a chance to discuss the most critical issues facing our community and through their combined work, the Giving Circle will make a donation to support the cause they believe would have the greatest impact. 

This year's Giving Circles will be held on August 24th and September 21st.


Chesed Fund

Israel & Overseas

Community Security

Guardian Society


“Kol Yisrael arevim zeh la-zeh” - All of Israel are responsible for each other. Guided by this belief, we promote and strengthen Jewish identity locally and across the world. This year's program has the potential to make a meaningful impact on some of Jewish Federation's most valued services. 


The Giving Circle is one of many experiences in Women's Philanthropy that open the doors to inspiring events, overseas missions, and initiatives that will help you grow as a philanthropist. Join us and become one of the many Women of Impact making a difference in our community. 

  • Created to support the basic needs of Holocaust survivors, the Chesed Fund provides short and long term financial assistance for individuals in chronic need, and is the only Jewish community assistance program outside a person's synagogue.

  • Federation supports struggling Jewish communities and revitalizes Jewish life around the world by reintroducing Jewish education in Romania & Bulgaria and bringing Israeli emissaries to KC to enrich our connection to Israeli culture.

  • The safety and well-being of our community is one of the most critical duties held by Federation. Since 2014, we have provided resources for a proactive response to all potential threats. Through training and awareness, we keep each other safe.

  • Jewish summer camps can be a crucial part of a child's developing Jewish identity. The Guardian Society scholarship has enabled thousands of children to attend Jewish overnight camps, allowing them to create friendships and memories to last a lifetime.

For more information, contact Annie Glickman, Affinity Groups Manager.