Orange County is rich in Jewish history starting with the establishment of the Gomez Mill House in the early part of the 18th century. From this time forward, the Jewish community of Orange County has made significant contributions to the prosperity and development of Newburgh and Middletown in addition to other areas.
Today, approximately 70% of American Jews are unaffiliated with a congregation and yet many desire a meaningful connection to Judaism and the Jewish community. In response, the Jewish Federation of Greater Orange County is introducing the “All Access Pass,” which is a VIP pass to explore local Jewish life in Orange County.
Together with Jewish synagogues and organizations across the County, the Jewish Federation’s “All Access Pass” gives families access to a wide variety of Jewish cultural, social and educational programs across Orange County for one year for only $100.
Benefits vary. For more information and how to enroll, visit www.jewishorangeny.org/AllAccess or call 562-7860. For more information, visit www.jewishorangeny.org.