JCF Provides California Wildfire Relief
The Jewish Community Foundation acted quickly to help displaced families and other victims of the Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire California.
The Foundation just announced two emergency grants totaling $25,000, to federations in Northern and Southern California. $15,000 will go to the Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region and $10,000 to the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles. Every cent will be used to provide direct aid for victims of the fires. Click here to read the fully story in the Jewish News. The Foundation regularly responds human-made or natural crises. In recent years, the Foundation has made emergency grants in response to Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria in the US and terrorism in Israel.
Click here to support the Jewish Community Foundation’s emergency relief grants program.