The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles launches Campus Impact Network to address antisemitism on college campuses. The program aims to support Jewish college students in LA, empower student leaders, promote a positive view of Israel, and strengthen advocacy efforts. Micro-grants will be provided for campus programs. Contact for more information.

Art and Activism with Muralist Cloe Hakakian

Discover the powerful connection between art and activism with muralist Cloe Hakakian. Learn how her art raises awareness for women’s rights in Iran and the Iranian people’s fight for freedom. Find out how art can amplify silenced voices, unite communities, and inspire change. Support the cause by taking actionable steps to raise awareness and create meaningful impact.

Spin Joy Into the World

Spin Joy Into the World is an interactive art installation at the Be the Change exhibit, featuring six monuments designed by artists representing service-based organizations. This sculpture explores the Jewish value of tikkun olam and encourages individuals to ‘Be the Change’ through joyful actions. Visit Plummer Park in West Hollywood to experience and contribute to the community change. Share your experience on social media @JFedLA.

Introducing the Los Angeles Resiliency Roundtables: Strengthening Mental Health Support in the L.A. Jewish Community 

Introducing the Los Angeles Resiliency Roundtables: Strengthening Mental Health Support in the L.A. Jewish Community. Learn how the Jewish community in Los Angeles is addressing mental health challenges through the Resiliency Roundtables. These gatherings bring together professionals from Jewish education and engagement organizations to discuss and strategize around the mental health of young adults. Join the movement for increased mental health support in the Jewish community.

Exploring Juneteenth and Judaism: A Journey of Intersection and Liberation 

Explore the intersection of Juneteenth and Judaism, commemorating the end of chattel slavery and the struggles of enslaved people. Discover how the repercussions of slavery shape society today and delve into the roots of inequality. Learn about the significance of Juneteenth and its importance in honoring freedom and promoting awareness of racial justice and equality.

The Real Estate & Construction Network Honors Industry Leader Robert “Bob” Hart

“Robert ‘Bob’ Hart honored at Real Estate & Construction (REC) Dinner, raising over $3 million for the Jewish community. The REC Network, the premier real estate network in Los Angeles, fosters relationships and supports the Federation’s work in strengthening Jewish Los Angeles. Learn more at or contact”

Mural Unveiled to Unite Against All Forms of Hate

“Unveiling a powerful mural by Iranian-Jewish artist, Cloe Hakakian, in Pico-Robertson, as part of LA vs Hate’s Summer of Solidarity. This initiative, in partnership with LA County Commission on Human Relations, our Federation, and ADL Los Angeles, aims to unite against hate. Reflecting the diversity of our Jewish community, this mural symbolizes our efforts to build bridges and foster unity in Jewish Los Angeles.”

May is Jewish American Heritage Month!

Join us in celebrating Jewish American Heritage Month! Learn about the rich history and contributions of Jewish Americans throughout the years. Don’t miss out on the upcoming local events we’re co-sponsoring, including a panel discussion on combating hate crimes and a mural unveiling block party. Discover additional resources to deepen your understanding of Jewish American heritage. Stay updated with us!

Reflections on Our Important Trip to Israel 

Reflections on Our Important Trip to Israel: Discover the crucial role Federations play in connecting Israel to the Diaspora. Amidst protests and political crisis, both sides express their love for Israel and fight for reform. Learn about the evolving Israeli mindset and the growing need for engagement from the global Jewish community. Join us in supporting Israel through education and advocacy.

Our Trip to Israel to Express Our Love and Concern

Join us on our trip to Israel as we express our love and concerns about the judicial reform legislation. We believe in the importance of Israel as a strong democracy and want to have a meaningful dialogue with elected officials. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for updates. Together, we can make a difference.

Include the Jewish Experience to Strengthen Workplace DEI for All 

Include the Jewish Experience to Strengthen Workplace DEI for All – As organizations work on DEI initiatives, it’s important to include the Jewish experience. DEI must address rising antisemitism in the workplace and enhance outcomes for all groups. Jews are a diverse and multicultural people, and excluding them from DEI efforts is harmful. Let’s prioritize justice and equity for everyone.

Ways to Serve Your Community on MLK Day 2023 

Join us on MLK Day 2023 to serve your community and honor Dr. King’s legacy. Participate in local programs like the MLK Day of Service, the Kingdom Day Parade, the MLK Day Clothing Drive & Community Breakfast, and King Day 2023. You can also engage in virtual service opportunities with the Jewish Federations of North America and Repair the World. Make a difference today!

On MLK Day, Let’s Honor His Legacy with Service

On MLK Day, honor Dr. King’s legacy of justice and service by participating in local events. Join the MLK Day of Service for volunteer activities and food justice advocacy. Attend the Kingdom Day Parade celebrating Dr. King’s vision. Contribute to the MLK Day Clothing Drive and enjoy a community breakfast. Explore virtual service opportunities with JFNA and Repair the World.