A New Way of Life Reentry Project provides women exiting prison (primarily women of color) with a safe, welcoming and structured place to stay, education and employment opportunities, case management, and legal services as they re-enter the community.
African American Board Leadership Institute trains and places well-qualified African American professionals on boards across a number of well-known public institutions, recognizing the need for more equitable representation among corporate, nonprofit, and government boards and committees.
Anti-Recidivism Coalition works to end mass incarceration and reduce recidivism rates in California through justice-reform advocacy, re-entry support, mentoring, counseling, housing, and its career-development training and partnerships, as one of the most difficult parts of re-entering the community is access to work.
Black Women for Wellness is committed to the health and well-being of Black women and girls and focuses on research, education, outreach, and leadership development of Black women to address the health challenges in their communities, where infant mortality and maternal death during childbirth run two and four times higher, respectively, than among white women regardless of socio-economic status.
Jews of Color Initiative works to advance and build the professional, organizational, and communal field for Jews of color. This includes commissioned studies on the number and experiences of Jews of color in the U.S., as well as working to promote racially diverse engagement, and grantmaking to support diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Established in 1948, Leo Baeck Temple is a Reform congregation located in the Sepulveda Pass. It provides a home for Jewish living where everyone respectfully encounters one another, in study, prayer, and the pursuit of social justice. It operates a religious school.
To support professional development, leadership development, and staff wellness strategies responding to the impacts of COVID-19 on synagogue clergy, staff, and lay leadership.
Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade is a longtime grassroots nonprofit based in South Los Angeles, focuses on addressing the unmet needs of low-income, underserved, under-represented, and disenfranchised individuals through initiatives such as its Youth Development Program which provides comprehensive services – mentorship, gang prevention, educational support, and career readiness – for at-risk youth and students.
Social Justice Learning Institute is dedicated to improving the education, health, and well-being of youth and communities of color across Inglewood, Compton, Watts, Lennox, Lancaster, and Palmdale through its Urban Scholars Program, which aims to increase students’ academic achievement and provide them tools and resources to advocate for an equitable education.
A New Way of Life Reentry ProjectGeneral Operating SupportVulnerable Populations
African American Board Leadership InstituteGeneral Operating SupportVulnerable Populations
Anti-Recidivism CoalitionCareer Development ProgramVulnerable Populations
Black Women for WellnessGeneral Operating SupportVulnerable Populations
Jews of Color InitiativeGeneral Operating SupportVulnerable Populations
Leo Baeck TempleReimagining Synagogue Work in a Healthy WayReligious Life
Los Angeles Brotherhood CrusadeYouth Development ProgramVulnerable Populations
Social Justice Learning InstituteUrban Scholars ProgramVulnerable Populations