Since I returned from my short but impactful leadership and solidarity trip to Israel, I have heard the fears and concerns of many community members (from across Greater Los Angeles and of all ages and denominations with varying political points of view).
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles has been the bedrock of Jewish L.A. for over a hundred years, and we remain committed to being that bedrock for the next hundred years.
We promise you that we are deeply committed to the safety and security of our treasured Jewish community.
We promise to be on the front lines fighting against antisemitism in all its forms wherever it rears its dangerous and destructive head.
We promise you that you can continue to depend on us in times of crisis, just as you have during this pandemic and during the fires and earthquakes that preceded it. We promise that even in challenging times like this, we will redouble our efforts to build a flourishing, inclusive, and engaging Jewish community for our children and grandchildren.
We promise to continue to strengthen the safety net we created to care for our most vulnerable.
We promise to remain dedicated to our historic commitment to the State of Israel and its people.
We can keep these promises because of your generous and continued support.
Thank you for your continued support,
President & CEO