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    Max Steinberg Memorial Fund

    "Max Steinberg gave his life in defense of Israel and the Jewish people," said Consul General of Israel in L.A. David Siegel. "A native son of L.A, he was also an American hero. He honored our two nations by representing America and Israel and our shared values." DONATE to the Max Steinberg Memorial Fund, established by the Steinberg family.

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    To provide Jewish students with the tools to be more effective campus...

    The Righteous Conversations Project

    To bring together 400 teens with Holocaust survivors to engage in...

    Caring for LGBTQ Jews, Families, and Allies in Need

    To provide vital resources, programming, and services to care for...


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    "The Foundation's grant will not only help this important program, it will also help change the image of the Negev in the eyes of Israelis and people everywhere."

    - Roni Flamer, co-founder and CEO, OR Movement (2011 Israel Grant recipient)

    Our Panel of Experts

    From the Desk of Marvin I. Schotland - The Power of Endowment Funds to Sustain Community

    President & CEO

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    Sixty years ago—in 1954—our founders conceived The Foundation to ensure a source of permanent funding to support the needs of a burgeoning post-World War II Los Angeles Jewish community, as well as the recently created State of Israel. These visionaries, of blessed memory, certainly could not imagine the twists and turns that the future held. The founders’ prescience is now beyond question. They’d take considerable pride...

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