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The Jewish Community Responds

The Jewish Community is responding to the immediate needs in our communities. Here are just a few ways to help. Have other resources? Please contact the Temple office at (925) 283-8575.

Help the Northern California Fire Victims

Vacation homes needed for fire victim families while they rebuild
Congregation Shomrei Torah in Santa Rosa has 30 families without homes due to the devastating wildfires. If you have a vacation home in the Sonoma/Napa area and can provide your home for 1-2 years (rent free or not) while they rebuild, please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) Please note: Temporary housing is not needed at this time.

Donate Food to the Redwood Food Bank at: http://refb.org/give

Donate clothes and supplies to the distribution site at: https://sonomacounty.recovers.org/

Services: Email Reuben Weinzveg for all offers of insurance, finance, or similar services at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Support Camp Newman
Please click here to make a donation

Support the Sonoma and Napa community
Support our Sonoma and Napa community through the Jewish Federation of the East Bay, North Bay Wildfire Emergency Fund.

Click here for additional resources provided by the Jewish Community Federation.

Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria Recovery

Help Temple Beth Shalom, Puerto Rico. Click here to learn more.

Refugee Resettlement

Temple Isaiah spearheaded the concept of creating Welcome Groups to assist the case managers of the JFCS-East Bay in settling new refugees coming to our community. We now are proud to launch interfaith welcome groups, including congregants from LOPC and the San Ramon Valley Islamic Center. Our mission is to help these individuals and families get through the inevitable culture shock and create an entirely new life here. Many of us have heard family stories of how difficult this process was to our own ancestors. We are so very lucky to be able to offer assistance and comfort. What evolves is a deep and lasting friendship between the Welcome Group and the refugee family.  Extending help to strangers and newcomers is a deeply help Jewish value. Please join us. For more information, please email Jamie Gracer at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)