Join the International Lion of Judah Conference and connect with passionate women from around the world. Marcia and Lisa, a mother-daughter Lion duo, share their inspiring stories and the impact of being a Lion. Attend the September Conference to bond with loved ones and make a meaningful difference in the Jewish community. Contact (323) 761-8275 or (818) 668-2340 to become a Lion.
Become a Lion of Judah and support the impactful work of our Federation. Attend the International Lion of Judah Conference to meet incredible women making a difference. Hear firsthand how your support changes lives. Join the international organization and proudly wear a gold or platinum pin, marked with diamonds or rubies. Contact us to become a Lion today.
Become a Lion of Judah and join a group of committed and generous women who take responsibility for their communities. Attend the International Lion of Judah Conference in Washington, D.C. to expand your knowledge of the Jewish community and make new friendships. Contact us to become a Lion and proudly wear a stunning gold or platinum pin.
Become a Lion and make an impact on your community. Lions of Judah is a group of philanthropic women dedicated to the work of The Jewish Federation. Join us at the International Lion of Judah Conference to connect with incredible women, hear inspiring speakers, and contribute to changing the world. Contact us to become a Lion today.
Become a Lion and join the Lion of Judah conference to make a difference in the Jewish community. Connect with powerful and generous women who are committed to philanthropy and leadership. Wear a striking pin that symbolizes your increased commitment to the Federation’s work. Contact (323) 761-8275 or (818) 668-2340 for more information on how to become a Lion.
Celebrate 20 years of the Tel Aviv/Los Angeles School Twinning Program! This transformative program connects students, families, and communities in Los Angeles, Tel Aviv, and Vilnius. The recent seminar in Budapest focused on Jewish Peoplehood and provided coordinators with valuable insights and best practices. Join one of the largest student delegation-based programs in the Jewish world today!
We are proud to be different from other organizations in North America. Our purpose is to support and ignite our Jewish community by addressing our greatest challenges. We are currently focused on providing a path to a meaningful Jewish life for adults with special needs in Los Angeles. Through partnerships and initiatives like LAJAC, we are changing lives and shaping a brighter future.
Become a Lion of Judah and join an inspiring group of philanthropic women. Attend the International Lion of Judah Conference in Washington D.C. and connect with others who believe in giving back. Find out how to become a Lion and get more information on the upcoming conference by contacting Ronda Wilken or Karen Sternfeld.
Join Karmi Monsher and support the Tour de Summer Camps! Help send Jewish kids to summer camp and build lifelong connections to Jewish identity and values. Ride, volunteer, or donate today and make a difference in the lives of children. Visit the Tour de Summer Camps website or contact the team at (323) 761-8013 for more information.
Join Rabbi Richard Camras and hundreds of community members on October 30th for the 4th annual Tour de Summer Camps. Help provide scholarships for Jewish summer camp and build a lifelong connection to Jewish identity and values. Choose from 18, 36, 62, or 100-mile routes. Sign up, volunteer, or donate today!
Join us in spreading the love at Love Angeles, a four-day celebration in Los Angeles from August 18th-21st. Powered by NuRoots, this city-wide festival offers a variety of activities and opportunities for young adults, regardless of relationship status. From chocolate-making lessons to bonfire Shabbat experiences, there’s something for everyone. Check out the Love Angeles website for more information and follow #LoveAngeles on social media!
Deena Eberly: 2015 Young Leadership Award Honoree discusses her involvement with The Jewish Federation and the importance of Jewish community. Learn more about her experience and the upcoming Young Women’s Leadership Award. Nominate a young leader for the award by September 2nd.
Nominate a young leader for the 2016 Julius M. Ratner Leadership Award! The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles is seeking individuals, ages 30-45, who have shown exceptional commitment to the Jewish community and a dedication to making a positive impact. Nominations will be accepted until September 2, 2016. Don’t miss this opportunity to honor a deserving young leader!
Discover the transformative experience of traveling to St. Petersburg with JDC Entwine, as participant Yelena Kogan shares her journey of rediscovering Eastern Europe and witnessing the evolving Russian-Ukrainian Jewish community. Hear about the impact of home visits for the elderly and the joy of planting flowers at a Jewish preschool. Be inspired to make a difference and join the Federation trip abroad. Email MRosenthal@JewishLA.org for more information.
Discover how our Federation’s high-impact work continues throughout the summer, with no “vacation” for our staff and leadership. From engaging young people on college campuses to combating BDS and supporting Jewish students, we are proactive in building relationships. Find out how we are touching lives and telling our story this summer in L.A., Israel, and beyond. Stay tuned for more updates.
Join rider Jeffrey Kaplan in the 4th annual Tour de Summer Camps on October 30th! Help provide scholarships for kids to attend Jewish summer camp and build a lifelong connection to Jewish identity. Choose from 18, 36, 62, or 100-mile courses. Don’t worry about the distance – there are rest stops and plenty of support along the way. Sign up, volunteer, or donate today!
Discover the incredible meeting between Nigerian Hebrew King Eze Chukwuemeka Eri and Jewish leaders in Los Angeles, as they explore their shared history and future. Learn about the Igbo people of Nigeria, who consider themselves descendants of the lost tribes of Jacob. Find out how this king is breaking barriers and fostering unity among different faiths. Contact Rabbi Ilana Grinblat for more information on this extraordinary experience.
Jewish athletes have been participating in the Olympic Games and winning medals since 1896. This year, Israel will have their largest-ever Olympic team with 48 athletes competing in 16 sports. American Jewish athlete Aly Raisman will go for the gold in Gymnastics, while Ilana Kratysh will be the first Israeli woman to wrestle in the Olympics. Good luck to all athletes!
Join Onward Israel LA for an 8-week program in Tel Aviv, including a resume-building internship and group experiences. Enjoy the remaining time with delicious home-cooked Shabbat dinners on the roof, reflecting on the week and relaxing with your Onward Israel LA family. Don’t miss out on this immersive experience – contact Margalit Rosenthal at (323) 761-8208 or MRosenthal@JewishLA.org.
Join Debi Benaron on October 30th for the Tour de Summer Camps, a cycling fundraiser supporting scholarships for Jewish summer camps. Ride with Team Out-spoke-n and experience the unity of Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform camps. Choose from 18, 36, 62, or 100-mile routes. Don’t be nervous, 18 miles is easy on our amazing rental bikes. Sign up, volunteer, or donate now!