Please Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

The entire area that was hit by an unprecedented and catastrophic hurricane is still experiencing heavy rain and flooding. We know the damage will be great, and the entire community needs our help.

Keeping Our Community Safe and Secure

Since the deeply troubling events in Charlottesville and the equally troubling reaction and aftermath, I have received an understandable increase in distressed and anxious e-mails.

Interview With Julia Hubner, Four-Time Tour de Summer Camps Rider

On Sunday, October 29th, The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles will proudly hold our 5th annual Tour de Summer Camps, the community-wide cycling and hiking fundraiser that helps provide scholarships to send more of our kids to Jewish summer camp and help them build a lifelong connection to Jewish identity and values.

Now, More Than Ever, We Need To Come Together

As Jews, we are taught that when our values are threatened, we must stand together for what we believe. We are taught that hatred and bigotry are intolerable.

We Stand Together

Along with Federations across the country and the Jewish Federations of North America, we are appalled and saddened by the violence in Charlottesville, VA this past weekend.

Stories From Our Global Twinning Program: Bryan & Gal

We’re celebrating the 20th year of The Jewish Federation’s Global Teen Twinning Program! This life-changing program brings Israel education to life by taking it out of the textbook and into the country itself.

Natural Disasters and our Response

I write to you this week at a time of great uncertainty as, for the second time in the past few weeks, our country and our neighbors are being threatened by yet another natural disaster.

Being Jewish Is Priceless

Like many of us, I read with interest the Los Angeles Times op-ed article “It’s Too Expensive to be Jewish.” My response is that being Jewish is priceless.