Join Jewish Community Federation of Richmond, its Jewish Community Relations Committee (JCRC), and Hadassah for Virginia Jewish Advocacy Day on February 8, 2023 at 8:00 AM.

Virginia Jewish Advocacy Day is an opportunity to come together and advocate with participants from Jewish communities all across the Commonwealth.  We gather in Richmond to meet with elected officials and speak up on behalf of the issues central to our mission. 

Join us and ensure that your voice is a part of the larger voice of the Virginia Jewish communities. 

The cost to attend is $36, and includes a kosher lunch and bus transportation from the Weinstein JCC to St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

Bus Schedule:

-7:30 AM: Bus departs from Weinstein JCC for St. Paul's Episcopal Church

-1:45-2:00 PM: Bus departs from St. Paul's Episcopal Church for Weinstein JCC

On Wednesday, February 1, at 5:30 PM, Advocacy Day attendees have the opportunity to prepare and discuss legislative priorities together. It is strongly encouraged to attend this important preparatory meeting! This meeting will take place virtually. More information will be shared closer to the meeting date.

Location Information

  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church
  • 815 Grace St., Richmond, VA, 23219 US

The Jewish Community Relations Committee is the public relations and advocacy arm of the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond. Founded in 1935, JCFR represents Jewish constituents in the Greater Richmond and Central Virginia region.


Registration *

  • Advocacy Day

    Advocacy Day

    Ticket includes a kosher lunch.

    $36.00 ea.



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