AJWS in SAN FRANCISCO

AJWS SF is a hub for supporters throughout the Bay Area who want to build a better world. We come together for philanthropy, activism and community events to help end poverty and promote human rights in developing countries. Together, we’re bridging the gap between the world as it is and the world as it should be.

As philanthropists, we support 450 grassroots organizations that use AJWS’s funding to effect change in their communities, their countries, and around the world.

As activists, we think globally and act locally. Supporters of AJWS’s mission are working to stop violence against women, girls and LGBT people; enable indigenous communities to protect the land, water and natural resources they need to survive; and help vulnerable communities recover from civil wars and ethnic persecution.

As a community, we come together to connect with like-minded people committed to global justice. We put our hearts, minds, resources, and influence together to bring about the change we want to see in the world.

We are all united by a desire to put Jewish values into action to help mend our broken world.

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Latest Updates from San Francisco

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AJWS Bay Area: What’s Happening

As part of our AJWS community, I have been humbled to meet our courageous and visionary grantees. Two of them, Leymah Gbowee and Madhavi Kuckreja, will speak on June 11 at AJWS’s Global Justice Luncheon and Seminar at the Stanford Faculty Club.

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AJWS Bay Area: What’s Happening

There is no experience so transformational in understanding AJWS’s courageous and visionary grantees as witnessing their work and hearing their stories. In February 2018, Jim and Cathy Koshland are leading a cohort from the Bay Area to South India.

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AJWS Bay Area: What’s Happening

Since I was a child, my favorite Jewish festival has always been Tu Bish’vat—the new year for trees. Long before I heard about climate change and inconvenient truths, I had absorbed that humans needed trees for our survival. Today, the need for tree festivals is even more urgent.

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