Fighting Antisemitism and Hate in Los Angeles – Since the recent rise in antisemitic incidents, our Federation is dedicated to combating hate and protecting the Jewish community in Los Angeles. We condemn the offensive comments made by Kanye West and urge social media platforms to take action. We also address the placement of antisemitic stickers on billboards and condemn the racist remarks by City Councilmembers. Join us in solidarity at the upcoming Mayoral Forum to discuss important issues impacting our community.
“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.”
“Our Jewish Federation’s President and CEO, Jay Sanderson, reflects on the importance of taking action in the face of rising antisemitism and hate. With a focus on community safety and healing divisions, Jay embarks on a Leadership and Solidarity Mission to Israel, reaffirming our commitment to the Jewish community and our partnership with the Israel Trauma Coalition.”
“Support our beloved Jewish community through the challenges of 2021. Join us in making a powerful impact for the health, welfare, security, and sustainability. Together, we will navigate the long year ahead, addressing poverty, mental health, and security concerns. Trust in our Jewish Federation to lead and make a difference. Partner with us and be the heartbeat of Jewish L.A.”
Our Federation remains committed to the safety and security of our community. We address anti-Semitism, combat BDS, and work directly with law enforcement to keep our Jewish institutions and communities safe. We do not support organizations inconsistent with our values or mission. Embracing diversity, we address needs and challenges while looking to the future.
Stay safe and vigilant in uncertain times. Our Community Security Initiative (CSI) is committed to protecting our community. Avoid large gatherings and report suspicious activity to local law enforcement and CSI. We’re here 24/7 to keep watch and share information to help keep you safe. Together, we can navigate these challenging times and ensure the safety of our community.
“Our community celebrates Shavuot with great significance this year as we reflect on the giving of the Torah and our covenant with G-d. Despite the impact of the pandemic, we are committed to keeping everyone safe. Donate today and help us navigate this crisis together, as we plan for a future of celebrating our community and enjoying a rich Jewish life.”
Our hearts are heavy after the horrific shooting in Poway. We stand together with the Jewish community and mourn the loss. We are committed to making our community safe and secure. Our Federation’s Community Security Initiative (CSI) is actively engaged in our protection. We offer our condolences and support to the Jewish Federation and Chabad.
“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.”
Support our community’s institutions and individuals affected by the local wildfires. The Jewish Federation has created a directed fund to give back to those organizations that have given us so much. 100% of your gift will go directly to those in need. Help rebuild our vibrant Jewish future. Together in strength.
Our Federation’s Community Security Initiative (CSI) prioritizes your safety and security. We’ve launched Project Safe Classroom, initiated an early warning system, and trained over 250 professionals in recognizing and reporting pre-incident indicators. We’ve also created Shabbos Link to protect Jewish institutions. With over 300 site visits and a partnership with law enforcement, CSI provides the highest level of security to our community.
CSI’s Annual Safety and Security Conference in Los Angeles brings together Jewish community leaders and law enforcement professionals. Keynote speaker, former CIA Analyst Nada Bakos, shares insights on tracking terrorists. Participants attend workshops on verbal de-escalation techniques, hostile vehicle attacks, digital footprints, and more. The conference promotes collaboration and preparedness for emergency situations within the Jewish community. Learn more about CSI at JewishLA.org/CSI.
When it comes to security, The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles is a leader in our community and within the Federation system. Here in Los Angeles, on Wednesday, March 15 at 5:00 p.m., we are holding a Security Response Town Hall at 6505 Wilshire so community members can hear directly from Chief of Police, LAPD Chief Beck, and other senior members of local and national law enforcement on how they are working with Federationâ€™s Community Service Initiative (CSI) to prepare for and respond to threats to the safety of Jewish Los Angeles.
Learn from top professionals in the Jewish community and law enforcement at our 4th Annual Safety and Security Conference. Gain important skills and knowledge to better prepare for any emergency situations that may arise. Contact Jason Periard at CSI@JewishLA.org for more information about our Community Security Initiative (CSI) and how we can keep our local Jewish community safe.
Support our Federation’s Community Security Initiative in Los Angeles and help us create a safer Jewish community. Invest in our local and global Jewish communities and make a difference in the lives of thousands. With your support, we can continue our mission in 2016. Give now and pay it forward.
Discover the miracles we made in 2015: financial assistance, vocational training, and more for 10,000 Jews in need
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block assures leaders from the Jewish community at a Federation meeting that UCLA is a safe campus for Jewish students. The Chancellor offers support and proposes collaboration between the larger community, students, and administration to create a welcoming Jewish campus community. The event, moderated by Richard Sandler, highlights the University’s commitment to student safety. Contact Robert Oliver at (323) 761-8604 or ROliver@JewishLA.org for more information on the Federation’s Campus Impact Network.
Discover your family connections at The Jewish Federation Valley Alliance Major Gifts Dinner. Author A.J. Jacobs reveals how we are all interrelated in his next project. Join us for an evening of community and connection, featuring anecdotes from Jacobs’ book and discussions on gratitude, responsibility, and compassion. Support our Federation’s commitment to security and learn more about our campaign by contacting Lori Tessel.
Join us at our February Community Security Forum on February 26th for a timely and informative presentation about terrorism and active shooter incidents. Presented by the Los Angeles Police Department and our Federation’s Community Security Initiative, this forum will provide valuable information to help the Jewish community be better prepared for any emergency situations. RSVP to CSIRsvp@JewishLA.org.
Join us at Global Jewry: One People, One World on November 16th to learn about our impactful work in Morocco. Discover how we provide critical assistance to Moroccan Jews in need, including medical services, housing for seniors, and support for Jewish schools. Explore what it means to be a Jew in a Muslim majority country. Register today!