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.
“The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles is committed to the safety and security of our treasured Jewish community. We fight against antisemitism in all its forms and provide support in times of crisis. With your generous support, we strengthen the safety net for our most vulnerable and remain dedicated to our historic commitment to the State of Israel.”
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Our Federation is deeply committed to the health and safety of our Jewish community. From monitoring COVID-19’s impact to partnering with medical experts, we prioritize the well-being of those we serve. With precautionary measures in place, we remain dedicated to keeping our community safe. Stay informed as we navigate this together.
Discover the challenges and rewards of working for a Jewish community organization. Learn how this Federation focuses on making a real impact through fundraising efforts. Find out what the president identifies as the hardest part of the job and why June presents a unique challenge for donors. Join the conversation today.
Apply for the Brawerman Fellowship at The Jewish Federation and receive a $10,000 college scholarship over four years. Develop leadership skills, connect to Jewish life, and gain access to retreats, trips to Israel, and other overseas opportunities. High school seniors with academic strength, financial need, and a commitment to leadership and Jewish engagement are encouraged to apply at www.JewishLA.org/Brawerman. Email OFrank@JewishLA.org for more information.
“Join us in celebrating Chanukah by making miracles together. As our communities face challenges and natural disasters, we are committed to helping those in need. From struggling families to elderly Holocaust survivors, we strive to make their lives better. Be the cruse of oil that helps light the flame. Stand before your lit menorah and see the faces of those we touch. Happy Chanukah!”
Join us for Super Sunday, a day of giving for a year of impact! Hundreds of community members joined together to raise $1,091,808 for The Jewish Federation’s important work. Thank you to our dedicated volunteers and elected officials for their support. Help us continue this impactful work, donate today at JewishLA.org/SuperSunday.
Our Commitment to Immigration and Resettlement: Discover the Federation’s unwavering dedication to immigration and resettlement. With a rich history of welcoming refugees and supporting immigrants, we stand as a pillar of strength for our community. Join us in our mission by supporting our work with a gift that will make an immediate impact. Together, we can build a stronger future.
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.
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!
Join us at the upcoming Chai/Emerald/Zahav, Ruby & Lion of Judah Luncheon on February 17th to honor Ada HorwichLea and Amy Masor, two distinguished Lions who have shown exceptional commitment to our Federation&rsquo
Discover the transformative power of Jewish summer camp and how it sparked General Campaign Chair Julie Platt’s commitment to The Jewish Federation. Through initiatives like Tour de Summer Camps, every child can have a similar experience. Join Julie in enriching the Jewish community and ensuring a strong Jewish future. Get involved and make a difference today.
“Join us at the Lion of Judah 2015 Luncheon, a celebration of women’s philanthropy and commitment to our Jewish community. Hear inspiring stories, honor community leaders, and support our cause. Make a difference by becoming a Lion of Judah and contributing to our annual campaign. Contact us for more information.”
Join us at the 41st Annual Jewish Federation Dinner at Del Rey Yacht Club, where we celebrate our commitment to The Jewish Federation and the life-changing work we accomplish together. With remarks from Event Co-Chair Pauline Dror and a passionate speech from our Federation’s President & CEO Jay Sanderson, this event raised $155,000 for our 2014 Annual Campaign. Don’t miss out on this magnificent event!
Support our Jewish community and make a difference in 2013. With your generosity, we achieved many memorable moments and made great strides in caring for Jews in need, engaging with the community, and ensuring the Jewish future. Help us continue this impactful work by making a donation to our 2013 Annual Campaign today. Thank you for your support!
PresenTenseLA is The Jewish Federation’s social entrepreneur fellowship that gives leadership skills, business tools, and connections to those with creative ideas for engaging, inspiring, and transforming the Jewish community. Learn about the new cohort at www.PresenTenseLA.org or contact JMoss@JewishLA.org.
The Jewish Federation’s Holy Land Democracy Project took non-Jewish educators on a journey through Israel. From dancing at the Western Wall to exploring the Golan Heights, participants experienced the rich history and culture of Israel. This program aims to bring Israel to classrooms, with over 3,000 students set to learn about Israel through the HLDP Israel curriculum. For more information, contact Rabbi Hal Greenwald.
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Learn from the Director of Jewish Outreach from the White House at NLP’s Alumni Breakfast. Applications are now open for the 2013 class. Join NLP to become a Jewish civic leader and address critical issues in Los Angeles. Apply by November 30, 2012. Visit www.JewishLA.org/nlp for more information.