West of Eden Registration

The reception will include remarks by Inna Razumova, followed by an opportunity to view the pieces and speak with the artist. RSVP is required in order to partake in this event.

Board of Governors Meeting Evaluation - May 5, 2015

Thank you for joining us at the May 5th meeting of the Board of Governors. Your feedback will help design future Board of Governors meetings.  Questions?  Please contact our Leadership Development department at 415.512.6265 or leadership@sfjcf.org.

Jewish Studies in the Digital Age

An Interactive Panel Discussion and Presentation of Work for Faculty and Graduate Students in Jewish Studies

RSVP: Board of Governors Meeting - May 5, 2015

We invite you to join us for the Board of Governors Meeting on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM. 
The meeting will be held in the Koret Board Room on the second floor of the JCF Building. 

Questions? Please contact our Leadership Development department at 415.512.6260 or KatherineT@sfjcf.org.  

Race and Privilege in the Jewish Community: Reflections, Explorations, Actions

Please join us:

This event is presented through a partnership between Be'chol Lashon, the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, and the Walter and Elise Haas Fund.

Anne and Robert Cowan Writers Award 2015 Nomination Form

The Anne and Robert Cowan Writers Award recognizes and awards writers who have made an exceptional impact in the Bay Area through their uniquely Jewish perspective. Awardees must be emerging published (novel, short story, creative non-fiction, memoir, graphic novel) Jewish writers who:

  • reside in the greater San Francisco Bay Area
  • are considered exceptionally gifted by their peers and readers
  • write with a high degree of creativity and intelligence
  • engage thoughtfully with Jewish themes in their work

Passover in the Desert 2015

This event runs on a lot of love, passion and volunteer hours. Your participation truly makes it a collaborative community effort.  

We will also be purchasing food for the communal seder meals on Friday and Saturday nights, renting basic amenities (such as porta potties), and leasing a truck to get it all there.

Ringing in the New Year in Israel

New Year celebrations in Israel are always a bit... awkward. With two calendars in use throughout the country – the Jewish lunar calendar and the civil Gregorian one – we typically reserve “Happy New Year” for our greetings at Rosh Hashanah, the celebration of the Jewish New Year. So when New Year’s Eve comes around you’ll finally find the Israeli population at a loss for words. While Tel Aviv never misses a reason to party, there are no country-wide countdowns, no rampant New Year’s resolutions, and it’s business as usual on January 1.

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January 16, 2015

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