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Advocacy Day Update: Responding to COVID-19

Dear friends: As you all know, the COVID-19 crisis has created many more restrictions than we first anticipated. JPAC has made the difficult decision to cancel our in-person Advocacy Day this year. We know that you have made a commitment to advocating on behalf of […]

JEWISH JOURNAL: JPAC Advocates for Jewish Causes

BY RYAN TOROK | OCT 23, 2019 | From left: Assemblymember Jose Medina, JPAC Board Chair Lynn Bunim, Assemblymembers Marc Berman, Richard Bloom, Jesse Gabriel, Adrin Nazarian, Marc Levine and JPAC Executive Director Julie Zeisler. Photo courtesy of JPAC On Oct. 11, Gov. Gavin Newsom […]

Advocacy Day 2020

Early bird registration is now open for Advocacy Day 2020! Join JPAC in Sacramento April 27-28, 2020 for lobbying, learning, and networking with Jewish community leaders from across California. You can visit our website for more information at jpac-cal.org or just register HERE!

Jewish Advocates Get Face-To-Face Time With Sacramento Legislators

By Elisa Einhorn | MAY 10, 2019 – JWeekly Jewish professionals and lay leaders walked the halls of the state Capitol on May 7 to advocate on behalf of the poor and the aging, and to voice their support for anti-hate crime legislation. It was the […]

JPAC Announces 2019 Legislative Priorities

JPAC’s Board of Directors, which comprises over 20 organizations working across California, have determined our legislative priorities for 2019.  They are: Addressing hate crimes through legislation and the California Non-Profit Security Grant Ending Poverty Aging with Dignity We will be lobbying on a package of […]

The Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC) is pleased to announce the awarding of $3.6 million in grants to Jewish Family Service agencies

(Sacramento, CA) – The Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC) is pleased to announce the award of $3.6 million in grants from the California Department of Social Services to six Jewish Family Service agencies. The grants will provide badly needed support for elderly Holocaust survivors who […]