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 AFGoldberg@JewishLA.org for more information.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles partners with JPAC for Capitol Summit, bringing together Jewish community members and allies to advocate for community priorities. The event empowers leaders to engage with lawmakers, practice lobbying, and amplify the voice of California’s Jewish community. The Summit addresses critical issues and includes representatives from six civic partner organizations. Contact Rachel Wallace for involvement opportunities.
Join us on “day one” as we work towards a more prosperous and flourishing Jewish community. With over 130 dedicated employees in Los Angeles and Israel, we are committed to feeding the hungry, sheltering the vulnerable, enlivening Jewish lives, and standing up to antisemitism. Let’s seize the future together.
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SEO Excerpt: Join us in reciting a heartfelt Shabbat prayer for our country, its government, leaders, and advisors. Let us seek guidance from the Torah for just and fair administration of affairs, promoting peace, security, happiness, prosperity, justice, and freedom. Together, we can heal the brokenness and build a safe Jewish community. Shabbat Shalom.
“Our Federation has been a critical source of support and resources, breathing new life into our suffering Jewish communal organizations. We have counseled struggling teens, provided food and comfort when there was nowhere else to turn. With your help, we can continue to feed, inspire, and connect for the future. Please give today. Wishing you good health and safety.”
Our Federation’s proactive work promotes the well-being of every citizen in every community. Through the Rautenberg New Leaders Project, we train the next generation of civic and political leaders, informed by Jewish values. Graduates include State Senators Ben Allen and Henry Stern, Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel, LAUSD Board Member Nick Melvoin, and former Ethics Commission President Serena Oberstein.
Discover the impact of Dear Evan Hansen on Jewish teen initiatives. Learn how this powerful theater experience addresses teen angst, mental health issues, and the challenges faced by both teens and parents. Gain insight into the universal struggles of guiding and inspiring teens, and find out how communities are addressing these challenges through workshops, conferences, and support systems.
“Our Federation is deeply committed to the safety, security, and strength of Jewish Los Angeles. We have come together as a community to support one another in times of crisis. Read my op-ed in the Jewish Journal and listen to my podcast to understand our role. Your support has allowed us to quickly assist individuals, families, organizations, and more during these challenging times. We are grateful for your generosity.”
Join us at The Jewish Federations of North America’s General Assembly (GA) in Israel to discuss and tackle the challenges facing our Jewish world today. This year’s theme is “We Need to Talk.” Let’s listen and learn from each other, exchange thoughts and ideas, and make our Jewish world stronger and more open.
Join us on September 17th to honor Helgard and Irwin S. Field, recipients of our Jewish Community Lifetime Achievement Award. Through their dedication, philanthropy, and leadership, they have made a lasting impact on our beloved community. Proceeds from the gala will support our Special Needs Engagement Fund, providing greater access to programs for Jewish children and teens with special needs.
The Federation-Unistream partnership made a profound impact at the annual competition. Federation leaders and community members supported the event as judges. Unistream alumni shared their life-changing experiences, while business mentors formed remarkable relationships with participants. The partnership aims to close socioeconomic gaps in Israel and empower youth to become creators and entrepreneurs. The event showcased over 60 business ventures managed by 1,500 teens. To learn more and get involved, email AWeiner@JewishLA.org.
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 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.
Join the Jewish Federation’s CLI program for young professionals, offering skill-building sessions, mentorship, and a 10-day leadership trip to Israel. Experience the incredible sights of Jerusalem, meet influential individuals, and gain a new perspective on Israel’s future. Discover the importance of preserving Jewish identity and building a bright Jewish future in your own community. CLI: Creating unity through Judaism.
The Jewish Federation’s Community Leadership Institute (CLI) offers young professionals a 10-day trip to Israel. Adrian Berger shares his unique experiences, from praying at the Western Wall to visiting the separation barrier and meeting inspiring individuals. This trip deepened his understanding of Israel and the challenges it faces, and he feels privileged to bring this knowledge back to his community in L.A.
Join us for our fourth annual Community Passover Seder at Breed Street Shul in Boyle Heights. This event brings together local leaders to build a better community. Hear from esteemed guests, including Mayor Eric Garcetti and Consul General David Siegel, as they discuss important topics such as homelessness. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable experience. Visit www.JewishLA.org/ce for more information.
The Federation’s New Leaders Project (NLP) Class of 2015 recently graduated, joining a group of Jewish civic leaders. With support from elected officials and NLP alumni, each graduate shared their visions for the future. Keynote speaker Marqueece Harris Dawson encouraged them to improve the city. The NLP program includes top leaders, policy experts, and community advocates, and aims to make L.A. a better place. Learn more at www.JewishLA.org/NLP.
Join us for a remarkable evening in a beautiful garden as IDF Colonel Miri Eisin shares her insights on the challenges facing Israel. This Susan S. Pritzker Series event brings together remarkable women and men from the Jewish community to engage, grow, and give back. Contact Karen Sternfeld at (323) 761-8224 or email@example.com for more information.
Graduating from The Jewish Federation’s Community Leadership Institute (CLI) has been an amazing experience. Through CLI, I met Asher Gellis, the Executive Director of JQ International, who guided me on setting up an advisory board and achieving nonprofit status for my passion project, JenLA. CLI provides young professionals with skills, training, and networks to launch into a lifetime of success. Apply now for the next cohort.
Discover your true calling and purpose as a leader in Jewish L.A. Join The Jewish Federation’s Community Leadership Institute (CLI) and gain the skills, training, and networks to launch a lifetime of success. Apply now for our top-tier program exclusively for young adults aged 25-40. Expand your networks and become a leader in our community and beyond.