The Jewish Community Foundation of the West exists to enhance charitable giving, facilitate philanthropy both locally and worldwide, and build permanent financial resources to safeguard and strengthen organizations and community initiatives that serve the Jewish families of Northern California. For more details on JCFW, click the logo above.
The Einstein Center is an affordable, safe, and comfortable subsidized independent living-facility for disabled adults and seniors over 62. Residents are treated with respect, are provided weekday kosher dinners, and may receive supportive services and activities. For more on the Albert Einstein Residence Center, click the logo above.
Melton Sacramento serves the Central Valley, the Pacific Northwest and points beyond. Whether you live across town or around the globe, we welcome you to our diverse community of pluralistic learners. Please sign up for one or more of our traditional Melton offerings and/or our locally developed courses to start your Melton journey today. For more information, click the logo above.
The Central Valley Holocaust Educators’ Network is dedicated to supporting teachers in effectively implementing a Holocaust curriculum that meets California Social Studies and Language Arts Standards. With an understanding of the constraints that teachers face, we help them respond to a variety of challenges that this complex curriculum presents. We offer ongoing follow-up training and resources that build upon the foundation laid by acclaimed programs that offer Holocaust education seminars. For more information, click the logo above.
Shalom School provides an excellent and nurturing education that serves the whole child. Our rigorous academic curriculum, infused with Jewish values and grounded in tradition, help each child grow intellectually, socially, emotionally, and spiritually, laying the groundwork for a lifelong love of learning.
Our Preschool and Pre-k – 6th grade programs offer excellent curriculum, outstanding faculty, and innovative programming to help each child grow and learn. Early exposure to a second language and a rich immersion in the values and rituals of Judaism foster a connection to community and sense of meaning that shapes each Shalom School student, developing empathy and a foundation for future success. For more information, click the logo above.
Hillel at Davis and Sacramento was established in 1965 to provide a home away from home for hundreds of Jewish college students studying in the area at the time. Today, our Hillel serves hundreds of students from UC Davis, Cal State Sacramento, and community colleges in the Davis and Sacramento area. For more information, click the logo above.
Chico Hillel’s mission is to cultivate students’ personal and professional growth, wellness, and Jewish identity, through authentic social and cultural experiences. We aim to enrich the lives of all members while providing a safe and welcoming space as a home away from home for Jewish students. For more information, click the logo above.
National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) Sacramento is a volunteer organization founded in 1959 and inspired by Jewish values. NCJW courageously takes a progressive and visible stance on issues such as child welfare, women’s rights and reproductive freedom. Political advocacy on all governmental levels – local, state and federal is a strength of our section involved in issues that impact our community and the entire state.
But NCJW Sacramento doesn’t limit its advocacy to government maintaining and supporting programs in our community. Family Shalom, beginning in 1999 (now Advocacy and Education) was our flagship effort responding to the issue of domestic violence occurring in the Jewish Community. Since then, the section has taken on the issues of elder abuse, teen relationships human trafficking and the support of organizations in the community who focus on the homelessness of women and children. For more information, click the logo above.