Greater Indianapolis (Marion, Hamilton, Boone, Madison, Hendricks, Hancock, Morgan, Johnson, and Shelby counties)
From birth through 8.5 years old
A grateful thank you to the Alan & Linda Cohen Family Foundation and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation who, together with the Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis, make the PJ Library program possible in Greater Indianapolis.
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THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER INDIANAPOLIS is the central philanthropic, planning and community relations organization of the Jewish community. The Federation and its agencies, in cooperation with local synagogues, function to promote the general welfare of the Jewish community, to engage Jewish families and individuals and to ensure the creative survival and continuity of the Jewish people. The Federation mission is grounded in a pluralistic understanding of the values of Judaism.
In Greater Indianapolis there are seven synagogues, a Jewish community center, four synagogue religious schools, one Jewish day school, and four Jewish early childhood centers, all serving the more than 19,500 Jews in central Indiana.