“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 jewishla.org/program/real-estate-construction or contact RECCabinet@JewishLA.org.”
Join us in supporting The Jewish Federation’s REC Division as we lobby for $15 million in funding for the Non-Profit Security Grant Program and $35 million to rebuild Jewish summer camps devastated by wildfires. Contact your State Assemblymember and State Senator to prioritize this crucial funding. Visit JewishLA.org/REC for more information.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles will host our annual Real Estate and Construction (REC) Dinner on Monday, May 8th. The dinner will honor Ken Kahan, Founder and President of California Landmark Group (CLG), a real estate development and investment company. Mr. Kahan is currently a Federation board member and has been philanthropically involved with the community for years. Read our interview with Mr. Kahan, which dives into his dedication to our Federation, the L.A. Jewish community, and more!
Join us at the sold-out 2016 Real Estate and Construction Dinner, honoring the Held Family and supporting The Jewish Federation. With over 1,300 attendees and industry leaders, this event is not to be missed. Contact Alexandra Kadoche for more information. We are all better together.
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.
Discover how The Jewish Federation’s Community Leadership Institute (CLI) transformed a recent grad’s priorities and future career goals. CLI’s Russian Jewish Leadership Track (RJLT) offers young adults between ages 25-40 the opportunity to gain critical skills and expand their networks. Apply now for the next cohort, and launch into a lifetime of success as a leader in our Jewish community and beyond.
The Jewish Federation’s Community Leadership Institute (CLI) is a top-tier program for young professionals between the ages of 25-40. Through CLI’s specialized tracks, participants gain critical skills and expand their personal and professional networks. Applications for the next cohort are being accepted until May 15, 2015. Learn more and apply now for a lifetime of success.
Discover the enduring legacy of Sam Rosenwald, a beloved leader and philanthropist, who dedicated his life to mentoring young emerging leaders. As Chair of our Real Estate & Construction (REC) Division and an active member of the Real Estate Principals Organization, Sam made a lasting impact on the Jewish community. Learn how you can honor his legacy by contacting Margalit Rosenthal at MRosenthal@JewishLA.org or (323) 761-8208.
Join LA Way Birthright Israel in their mission to develop Jewish leaders of the future. The Kahn and BRIdge Fellowships, implemented through the Federation’s Birthright Israel Experience, empower young, inspired Jews to serve as the vital link between the Israel trip and the local Jewish community. Learn more about the fellowship programs and meet the Kahn and BRIdge Fellows.
Reconnect with your Jewish roots and make a difference in your community through The Jewish Federation. Learn about their programs, like the “Fed Up with Hunger” initiative, and join young professionals in impactful activities. Experience life-changing trips to Israel and create lifelong friendships. Get involved with YALA or join a leadership program.
USC Hillel building renovated with funding and consulting by RPO. The Real Estate Principals Organization (RPO) is requesting proposals from nonprofit Jewish organizations seeking funding and consultation for real estate projects. RPO provides assistance for new construction, renovation, and repair of infrastructure. Grants are made to organizations aligned with the Federation’s strategic initiatives. Deadline for applications is August 26, 2013. Contact Scott Minkow at SMinkow@JewishLA.org for more information.