Join Federation’s Health Professionals Network for events, volunteer opportunities, and networking in the health industry. Connect with likeminded professionals and contribute to tikkun olam. Email Healthcare@JewishLA.org or call (323) 761-8158 for more information. Discover the diverse business landscape of Jewish L.A. through Federation’s professional networks.
Join us on “day one” as we work towards a more prosperous and flourishing Jewish community. With over 130 dedicated employees in Los Angeles and Israel, we are committed to feeding the hungry, sheltering the vulnerable, enlivening Jewish lives, and standing up to antisemitism. Let’s seize the future together.
In these uncertain times, our Federation is here for you and our entire community. We understand the challenges of social distancing and are committed to finding ways to build community and offer meaningful Jewish experiences. Our Community Call Line is available for social services and financial assistance. Together, we will overcome this crisis. Shabbat Shalom.
Discover the impact of Women’s Philanthropy on the lives of compassionate and committed Jewish women, as Lion of Judah Judy Rosen shares her story. Learn about her involvement with the Federation, her inspiration to become a Lion, and the importance of giving back to the community. Join the powerful Lions at the LOJ luncheon and be inspired. Visit www.JewishLA.org/women to learn more.
Join The Network, the alumni community for graduates of Federation leadership development programs. Reunite, expand networks, gain skills, and give back to the Jewish community. The Network offers enhanced training and resources for LA’s best lay leaders. Don’t miss our dynamic programs and events! Contact Shannon Rahbarpour at SRahbarpour@JewishLA.org for more information.
Join us in spreading the love at Love Angeles, a four-day celebration in Los Angeles from August 18th-21st. Powered by NuRoots, this city-wide festival offers a variety of activities and opportunities for young adults, regardless of relationship status. From chocolate-making lessons to bonfire Shabbat experiences, there’s something for everyone. Check out the Love Angeles website for more information and follow #LoveAngeles on social media!
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.
Join us at FedConnect, a series of convenient networking events in L.A. Connect with professionals in our community and learn about the important work of The Jewish Federation. Upcoming events include discussions on innovation, politics, finance, and more. Don’t miss our next event on November 16th featuring William Daroff, Senior Vice President for Public Policy & Director of the Washington Office. RSVP today!
Partnering with The Jewish Federation, JQ International provides support and resources for LGBTQ Jews to navigate their dual identity. Through the Federation’s NextGen Engagement Initiative, JQ International has experienced significant growth and community building. With dedicated volunteers and financial support, they celebrate LGBTQ and Jewish identities in a nurturing community. Learn more at JQInternational.org or call (323) 417-2627.
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.
Introducing the Sylvia Weisz Women’s Philanthropy website, a gateway to engagement for women of all ages and stages. Celebrating the power of Women’s Philanthropy and supporting our Jewish community, this beautifully designed site offers blogs, event photos, and a calendar of upcoming events. Join us in making a difference and ensure a strong Jewish future. Contact us for more information.
Discover the GrapeVine app, revolutionizing how young Jewish adults in L.A. connect and engage in local events. This free app learns your preferences and delivers personalized recommendations for activities, from holiday services and beach parties to discussion groups and volunteer opportunities. Download now or visit GrapeVine for more information.
“Connect for Good at the REC Dinner: Honoree Jesse Sharf shares his passion for philanthropy and the importance of giving back. Find out how he is making a difference in the lives of others and teaching his children about the value of helping those in need. Learn more about the REC Division and how you can get involved.”
Looking to make our community more inclusive? Join us for Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) as we celebrate people of all abilities. Check out our website for resources, events, and ways to get involved. We are also proud to announce our participation in a pilot program promoting inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace. Find out more about this exciting opportunity!
Discover why YALA (Young Adults of Los Angeles) is the ultimate community for young Jewish adults in their 20s and 30s. With social, professional, philanthropic, and community service opportunities, YALA offers a chance to connect with like-minded individuals. Join us as we build a stronger Jewish community in Los Angeles, Israel, and beyond. Visit www.yala.org for more information.
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