PJ Library sends free, award-winning books that celebrate Jewish values and culture to families with children 6 months through 12 years old. Learn more about PJ Library and PJ Our Way, and sign up your child today.
The Combined Jewish Appeal (CJA) offers parents and children a unique opportunity to learn about philanthropy together. Becoming a Budding Philanthropist is easy! Each year, a child who donates to the Combined Jewish Appeal will be listed in our annual Honour Roll.
Do you know of any new babies in the Jewish community? We'd love to welcome them at the biannual Shalom Baby Shower in the fall and spring of each year. Meet other parents, receive your welcome baby basket, and find out about baby and child-friendly activities as well as programs in our community!
Check out these opportunities for babies and young families beyond Federation, offered by organizations here in our own local community.
Playgroups are a welcoming setting for parents or caregivers and their children. Enjoy a welcoming setting where you feel like you are among friends, and experience a variety of engaging activities that you can your children can both enjoy.
Babies need exercise and should be active during the day doing things like rolling, crawling and going outdoors. Staying active with your young children is beneficial to them, and to you. Learn about various programs and initiatives in the Jewish community that will keep you and your little ones moving.
Throughout our community, child care providers offer a uniquely Jewish environment that instills social and cultural values, while providing a stimulating environment for young hearts and minds. Below you will find a list of daycares that will help your children to thrive. With daycare spaces in high demand, it is best to enroll your child (or anticipated child) as early as possible.
Our Jewish future begins with accessible and affordable Jewish education and engaged, passionate leaders. Throughout Winnipeg, many opportunities exist for young people to connect with their heritage and find meaning through diverse and enriching Jewish learning.