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Jewish Advocates Get Face-To-Face Time With Sacramento Legislators

By Elisa Einhorn | MAY 10, 2019 – JWeekly Jewish professionals and lay leaders walked the halls of the state Capitol on May 7 to advocate on behalf of the poor and the aging, and to voice their support for anti-hate crime legislation. It was the […]

JPAC Announces 2019 Legislative Priorities

JPAC’s Board of Directors, which comprises over 20 organizations working across California, have determined our legislative priorities for 2019.  They are: Addressing hate crimes through legislation and the California Non-Profit Security Grant Ending Poverty Aging with Dignity We will be lobbying on a package of […]

The Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC) is pleased to announce the awarding of $3.6 million in grants to Jewish Family Service agencies

(Sacramento, CA) – The Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC) is pleased to announce the award of $3.6 million in grants from the California Department of Social Services to six Jewish Family Service agencies. The grants will provide badly needed support for elderly Holocaust survivors who […]

JPAC Receives $12,500 grant from the Koret Foundation

JPAC is excited to announce a generous grant from Koret Foundation for the Koret Student Fellows Program, which provide a full scholarship for college students to Sacramento for JPAC Advocacy Day.  In 2018, funding from Koret Foundation allowed JPAC to bring 10 students from acorss […]

Advocacy Day 2019

Early bird registration is now open for Advocacy Day 2019! Join JPAC in Sacramento May 6-7, 2019 for lobbying, learning, and networking with Jewish community leaders from across California. You can visit our website for more information at jpac-cal.org or just register HERE!

Summer Newsletter is Live!

Our Summer 2018 Newsletter is now live! You can read it here: SUMMER NEWSLETTER