The Umbrela organization of the community is the Confederación de Comunidades Judías de Colombia, in charge of the political representation of the community to the Colombian government, Religious organizations, Security Services, diplomatic corps, Media, the State of Israel and international Jewish organizations.
The East Europeans, Sephardim and German Jews each have their own organizations. The Jewish community runs community centers, youth Zionist organizations -Hanoar Hatzioni- and branches of organizations such as WIZO and KKL. There are ten synagogues, four of which are located in Bogota. Kosher food is readily available.
The community has a strong TZEDAKA Tradition and Jews who are in need have an adddress to ask for whatever help is needed. Also projects for the benfit of the society at large are carried out by different Jewish Organziations.
Bogota, Barranquilla, and Medellin each has its own Jewish day school, and Cali has an after school. In Bogota there is also a kolel -talmudic school-.
Most of the communities are nominally orthodox, although the great majority of Colombian Jews are not religiously observant. Two of the communities previously of German Jews, one in Bogota and one in Cali, are affiliated with the conservative movement. Intermarriage is low, less than 5%. The community performs orthodox conversions through rabbinic tribunals recognized by the Israel Rabanut, Masorti conversions are also performed.