About The Jewish Federation
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles – L.A.’s largest Jewish nonprofit – identifies and funds social service, educational and humanitarian needs locally, in Israel and around the world. Through its network of agencies and programs, the Federation helps alleviate Jewish poverty, provide emergency relief, ensure a Jewish future, and support the greater Los Angeles community. They support a variety of programs for people in need on a nonsectarian basis, in both in Los Angeles and in over 58 countries around the world.
Their programs offer care for the elderly; day care for toddlers; relief to people with AIDS; help to battered women; free health care and job training for new immigrants; rescue for families in the Former Soviet Union, resettlement services for people in Israel and Los Angeles; and scholarships and Israel Experience programs for students.
Recognition: Stanley Gold, Rich Rosenbaum, Sam Yebri, Adam Lubin and Danyelle Neuman