Federation Updates

  • 2019 Kristallnacht Commemoration

    “Kristallnacht Aftermath: No Place for Us” By Nancy Pettus and Jackie Hill The Tulsa Council for Holocaust Education and the Tulsa City-County Library will commemorate the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht with the program: “Kristallnacht Aftermath: No Place for Us,” featuring The Rev. Dr. Mouzon Biggs Jr., at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 17 at the Continue Reading

  • It All Starts With You

    When you give to Federation, you make a difference in Jewish lives across town — and across the globe — in over 70 countries worldwide. You help Holocaust survivors to live with the dignity and comfort they deserve. You help a young interfaith family grow closer to Judaism, and each other, with the PJ Library Continue Reading

  • 22nd Annual Yom HaShoah: An Interfaith Holocaust Commemoration

    The Tulsa Council for Holocaust Education and the Tulsa City-County Library presents Survival in the Shadows: Hidden Children of the Holocaust FeaturingABRAHAM H. FOXMANMonday, May 6 • 7 p.m., free and open to the public.Temple Israel • 2004 E. 22nd Place Abraham H. Foxman is a world-renowned leader in the fi ght against anti-Semitism, bigotry Continue Reading

  • Response to Antisemitic Graffiti found in Oklahoma City

    The Jewish Federation of Tulsa is horrified by the vandalism done to the Oklahoma Democratic Party headquarters.

  • Super Sunday is March 24!

    It’s a Super Sunday like no other! Come join event chairs Jodi Finer and Mat Zalk on March 24 at the CSJCC, between 11am-3pm. Donating just 2 hours of your time to make calls can make a world of difference in your community and around the globe. To sign up in advance, contact Heather Setton Continue Reading

  • Interview with our 2019 Campaign Kickoff Speaker

    Your grandmother was your best friend and mentor. How did you two typically spend your time together? We’d mostly sit and talk, usually in her apartment. She’d share her thoughts and advice with me. She’d also let me ask questions about whatever was on my mind. We’d joke around, too. I’d try to convince her Continue Reading

  • Trivia Night 2019

    Don’t miss this year’s Trivia Night! February 2, doors open at 5 p.m., trivia starts at 6 p.m. This annual fundraiser is a fun night out–with free babysitting–benefiting the Dave R. Sylvan Camp Scholarship Fund and CSJCC Programs. $200 per table of 8. Also enjoy a wine pull, cash bar, and silent auction. Food by Continue Reading

  • Institute of Adult Jewish Studies Winter 2019

    Hour 1 – 7:00 p.m.-7:45 p.m. JEWISH VALUES TOWARD A LIFE OF GOOD Instructors: Rabbi Dan Kaiman & Rabbi Michael Weinstein Judaism and Jewish life is foundational in values by which to live.  Our Jewish values, the middot, inspire us to live a life of meaning and purpose.  The middot guide us in the ways Continue Reading

  • School’s Out Break Camps

    School’s Out and Camp is In! Register now!

  • Annual Coat Drive

    Our Annual Coat Drive Continues!   We are collecting gently–used winter coats, scarves, gloves, hats, etc. Donations can be dropped off in the lobby of the Charles Schusterman Jewish Community Center.  All items will be delivered to Family & Children’s Services during December and January.

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