Rachel Rumstein serves Repair the World’s Service Corps, gaining valuable experience as a volunteer and building meaningful relationships. She has supported organizations like the Met Council and Legal Hand, and currently serves with Arts for LA, advocating for access to the arts and securing funding. Rachel is proud to be part of Repair’s community and grateful for their support.
Discover how Amanda Marks found her passion for creativity through her involvement with Arts For LA and Serve The Moment. Join Serve The Moment’s immersive experience and connect with like-minded individuals while making a difference in your community. Embrace the opportunity to contribute to something meaningful and be a part of a community that truly matters.
Elianna Bernstein tackles food insecurity in Los Angeles through her involvement with Serve The Moment. As a volunteer at the Pico location of SOVA, she helps pack bags of food for clients in need, addressing food insecurity in the city. Through this experience, she forms connections with fellow volunteers and finds fulfillment in giving people access to nutritious food.
Our Federation’s NuRoots is here to help if you or someone you know needs food. With Swipe Out Hunger, we’re addressing Jewish young adult food insecurity in Los Angeles. Get immediate access to gift cards for groceries and meal delivery, as well as long-term resources. Visit swipehunger.org/wellfed to learn more and sign up anonymously.
Join Serve the Moment and make an impact during these unprecedented times. Our LA Summer cohort has concluded, but future cohorts are coming soon. Contact Chelsea at CSnyder@JewishLA.org for more info and apply now! #ServeTheMoment #VolunteerOpportunity #YoungAdults #JewishCommunity #LA
Looking to connect with other young Jewish couples in LA? Check out LA Couples, a year-long program for committed couples in their 20s and 30s. This exclusive program offers social, educational, and spiritual enrichment, along with opportunities to meet influential leaders. Apply now and join a vibrant cohort of couples on a Jewish journey together.
Bram Goldsmith, a beloved community leader and philanthropist, has passed away at 93. His legacy includes decades of support for The Jewish Federation, serving as Chairman of the Board, and establishing the Israel Terror Relief Fund. Bram’s impact on our community will be deeply missed, but his memory will continue to bless us. Attend his memorial service this Friday at the Wallis Annenberg Center in Beverly Hills. Donate in Bram’s name to The Jewish Federation, Cedars-Sinai, or the Wallis Annenberg Center.
Join thousands of Jewish community superheroes at Federation’s Super Weekend! Celebrate 1,000 Shabbat dinners across Los Angeles and support our life-changing work in L.A., Israel, and 70+ countries. Volunteers made calls at Super Sunday, raising $1,320,974 in just one day. Don’t miss out on being a superhero – make your online gift now!
Join the pride of Lions of Judah at the 2016 Lion of Judah Luncheon. This event brings together women in support of the Federation’s work. New Lions are welcomed and inspired to make a difference in the community. The luncheon features keynote speaker Melissa Rivers, who shares her “four pillars of strength.” Contact Jenna Fields or Karen Sternfeld to become a Lion of Judah.
Join us for Super Sunday on February 21st and become a superhero for our community! Volunteer to make phone calls and support our Federation’s programs. Enjoy a free breakfast or lunch and participate in special activities. Can’t make it? Donate now and make a difference. Contact us for more information.
Introducing the Lions of Los Angeles, powerful women making a difference in the Jewish community. From Chai/Emerald/Zahav Chairs to Women’s Philanthropy Vice Chairs, these Lions are dedicated to ensuring the Jewish future. Join them at the upcoming Chai/Emerald/Zahav, Ruby & Lion of Judah Luncheon on February 17th. Contact Jenna Fields at (818) 668-2340 or JFields@JewishLA.org for tickets.
Meet Julius Rothschild, our Federation’s oldest supporter and a true mensch. Born in 1911 as a Jewish refugee, Julius has spent his life surviving, prospering, and giving back to our Jewish community. Learn more about his incredible journey and his deep commitment to preserving Jewish culture and history.
Experience Jewish history firsthand on a Federation Mission to Poland and Amsterdam. Join us on this one-of-a-kind, not-to-be-missed journey of memory and reflection. Visit the Warsaw Ghetto, Auschwitz-Birkenau, and the Anne Frank House. Commemorate Yom Ha’Shoah alongside the Warsaw Jewish community. Make a minimum $10,000 family gift to participate. Contact us for more information.
Join us at the upcoming Chai/Emerald/Zahav, Ruby & Lion of Judah Luncheon on February 17th to honor Ada HorwichLea and Amy Masor, two distinguished Lions who have shown exceptional commitment to our Federation&rsquo
Discover the philanthropic powerhouses of Jewish L.A., the Lions of Judah. These dedicated women, making an annual gift of $5,000 or more, transform lives through their support. They are influential leaders, activists, and participants in philanthropic causes. Join this global movement of 17,500 Lions of Judah and attend the empowering International Lion of Judah Conference. Become a Lion of Judah and make a difference.
Join us on our Federation’s Women’s Mission to Budapest and Israel, where you can explore Jewish life, visit partner programs, and bear witness to the Holocaust at the Shoes on the Danube Memorial. Discover the Jewish revival in Budapest and the impact of our Federation’s support. Experience the transformative power of art and hear inspiring stories of empowerment in Jerusalem. Contact us for more information.
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SEO Excerpt: Richard Sandler, Chairman of the Jewish Federations of North America, was celebrated at the General Assembly in Los Angeles. The event provided an opportunity for professionals and young leaders to network and learn best practices. The GA highlighted the innovative work of the Federation, including the Tour de Summer Camps fundraising event. Over 3,000 people attended, and next year’s GA will be held in Washington, D.C.
Join Jennifer Teege, author of the internationally-bestselling book My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me, as she shares her most compelling and unusual story at Brentwood Country Club. Discover the emotional roller coaster she experienced after learning her biological grandfather was the brutal Nazi commandant portrayed in Schindler’s List. Read an excerpt from her book and support The Jewish Federation’s Sylvia Weisz Women’s Philanthropy.
Janet and Jake Farber were honored with the inaugural Jewish Community Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by The Jewish Federation. The award recognizes their outstanding philanthropy and leadership in the Jewish community. The event, attended by over 400 leaders of Jewish Los Angeles, featured speeches, musical performances, and heartfelt tributes to the Farbers. Contact John Magoulas for more information about the award.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.