USC Hillel



USC Hillel is an important support system and point of entry into Jewish life for young adults at USC. Through its innovative mental health programming, it has continued to ensure students have resources to connect and engage in Jewish life throughout the pandemic.

grant programs

LA Campuses United Against Antisemitism


To launch LA Campuses United Against Antisemitism, multi-campus Hillel coalition (Hillel at UCLA, USC Hillel and Hillel 818) that will directly engage student leaders and thousands more in fighting antisemitism on college campuses. The program aims to develop a united effort for combatting antisemitism across college campuses in Los Angeles.

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To mitigate the economic hardship resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and to help them achieve long-term organizational sustainability.

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The Bradley Sonnenberg Wellness Initiative


To support one of the first Hillels in the country to launch a health and wellness program that will provide Jewish college students with mental health services, wellness workshops, and individualized counseling and support. The program will decrease mental health crises among Jewish students and increase the number of unaffiliated Jewish students who come to Hillel as a result.

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