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Charleston Jewish Federation

The Charleston Jewish Federation is a strong, vibrant, impactful organization bringing together our community, educating this generation and the next, connecting with the Jewish world, and using the power of our donors’ generosity to make a difference in the lives of others. 

The Federation is the common thread that brings our incredibly historic and diverse community together, sponsoring events, education, scholarships, aid, and other programs.  For more information, see

Looking for Charleston Jewish information?  Start at Shalom Charleston!

CJF maintains an up-to-date, robust calendar of community events.  To access the calendar, click here.

Food Lion Stores, Inc.

Food Lion is increasingly the place to shop for kosher food in the Charleston area.  In addition, they have been remarkably helpful and generous, sourcing all kosher meats for our annual fundraisers.  The Savannah Highway and James Island stores work particularly closely with the community to ensure there is a good supply of kosher food--from packaged food to kosher meat--in their stores.  At Pesach, they listen to the community's needs and rush to help us with the unique dietary requirements for Passover. 

Food Lion also takes weekly orders for kosher meats.  Click here for more.

We encourage you to patronize them and communicate your needs with them.  To find a store near you, click here.

Charleston Jewish Family Services

The mission of Charleston Jewish Family Services (CJFS) is to empower individuals, strengthen families, protect the vulnerable and help seniors age with dignity. Our work is based on Jewish values to improve quality of life regardless of race, religion, ethnic background or sexual orientation.  CJFS is guided by the fundamental Jewish values of tzedakah (charity) and tikkun olam (repair of the world). CJFS is an affiliate of the Charleston Jewish Federation and grew from Nat Shulman’s original vision of Charleston Jewish Social Services.

Programs include the Kosher Food Pantry, Jewish Educational Loan Fund (JELF), Jewish Free Loans of Charleston (JFLC), and the Senior Outreach Initiative.

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Addlestone Hebrew Academy

Since its inception in 1956, Addlestone Hebrew Academy (AHA) has been known for innovative and individualized education, for its family-like warmth, and for fostering a sense of Jewish values and joy in its students. With small classes and nurturing teachers, every child is treated as the individual that they are and each is celebrated for their unique talents, abilities and intelligences. AHA's STEAM curriculum brings Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math to all of its classes, enabling its students to be ready for the 21st century workplace.

Addlestone's Judaic classes and programs help to guide its students in the exploration of their Judaism and helps them find meaning in their own lives.  Learn more about the Addlestone experience today by clicking here.

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