Our Federation’s Response to Colleyville, TX: The Jewish Federation takes immediate action to ensure the safety of our community. Learn about our Community Security Initiative (CSI) and how we coordinate with law enforcement to protect Jewish institutions in Los Angeles. Join us in calling on Congress to double funding for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP). Take action now.
Discover the impact of family camp on Jewish education and engagement. Through immersive experiences and the guidance of dedicated counselors and staff, families are able to connect with others, explore Jewish traditions, and incorporate them into their daily lives. Join our Family Camp Project and create lasting bonds, curiosity, and a sense of Jewish identity.
Join us on October 29th for the 5th annual Tour de Summer Camps, a community-wide cycling and hiking fundraiser that helps send kids to Jewish summer camp. Meet Julia Hubner, a four-time rider who loves the camaraderie and the opportunity to give back to the Federation. Sign up now at tourdesummercamps.org.
Join us for the 4th annual Tour de Summer Camps on October 30th! Help send more kids to Jewish summer camp and create lifelong connections to Jewish identity and values. Meet rider Jonathan Ahdoot, who is riding 18 miles for this compelling cause. Sign up to ride, volunteer, or donate today! Visit the Tour de Summer Camps website or contact the team at (323) 761-8013.
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.
Applications are now open for our Federation’s Community Leadership Institute, the top-tier program that provides young professionals with the skills, training, development and networks to launch into a lifetime of success. Apply now for the CLI 2015 program and join our extensive alumni network of successful leaders in the Jewish community and beyond.
Ensuring the Safety of our Community: Learn about our Federation’s Community Security Initiative (CSI), which works with local, state, and federal agencies to increase the safety of Jewish organizations and synagogues throughout Los Angeles. CSI conducts site visits, trains employees, and provides real-time emergency alerts. Join us at the Community Safety Forum to hear from civic leaders about public safety in L.A. Contact us for more information about CSI and the forum.
Join me on my Fundraising University journey, where I attended empowering seminars on leadership and fundraising strategies. Together with my cohorts, we showed our support for Israel at a powerful rally and gained new methods to engage our colleagues and communities. This life-changing opportunity has transformed our careers and will make the biggest possible impact on our Jewish community. Contact JMagoulas@JewishLA.org for more information.
Dr. Talia Levanon, Director of the Israel Trauma Coalition (ITC), personally thanks Federation donors in L.A. for their generous support. The ITC, based in Jerusalem, has established internationally recognized protocols for responding to emergencies, including headline-making work after Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy and the Boston Marathon bombing. The ITC’s unique direction focuses on training first responders and expanding services in northern Israel. Contact Lori Klein for more information.
Collaboration is key for strengthening our Jewish community. The Jewish Federation Valley Alliance recently partnered with the Jewish Outreach Institute (JOI) to launch the Big Tent Judaism Professional Cohorts program. Through collaboration and networking, participants learned how to maximize outreach strategies and raise the profile of participating institutions. This initiative aims to connect every thread to Jewish life and strengthen the fabric of our community.
Learn how to become a better fundraiser and manager with Fundraising University, a program offered by The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA). This comprehensive training program is designed for senior development professionals and covers leadership, goal setting, fundraising strategies, and strategic management. Join a select group of professionals and strengthen your fundraising skills to support the Jewish community.
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.
Join us for “Seconds Count,” a K-12 active shooter response training in partnership with LAPD and Builders of Jewish Education. Learn how to prevent and handle active shooter incidents on campus, including lockdown drills and communication strategies. This free training is part of our Federation’s Community Security Initiative. Contact CSI@JewishLA.org for more information.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles launched the Community Security Initiative to ensure the safety of the Jewish community. With hate crimes against Jews on the rise, it is crucial that we work together to protect our community. Our initiative offers emergency alerts, information sharing, training, vulnerability assessments, and future security programs. Contact Jason Periard for more information.
Join us at It Takes A Woman, an annual luncheon hosted by The Jewish Federation Valley Alliance Women’s Department. Best-selling author Iris Krasnow will share her personal experiences as a wife, mother, and daughter. Don’t miss out on this enlightening event! Contact (818) 464-3221 or ATaubman@JewishLA.org for more info.