Jewish Community Relations Councilof San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin, Sonoma, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

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Annual Impact


Information reflects income sources and expenses for FY 13-14

 

Every day the JCRC works to pursue a just society, and a secure Jewish future. You build bridges between the Jewish community, government and the entire Bay Area, and we all benefit. Thank you.”  

– The Honorable Leader Nancy Pelosi

 

As an elected official committed to community collaboration and outreach, I cannot overemphasize the importance of JCRC's contribution to San Francisco's community dialogue. JCRC's leadership and dedication have been invaluable in helping to develop a tradition of inclusiveness, tolerance and understanding amongst the Bay Area's diverse communities. JCRC sets the standard!”

– Dennis Herrera, San Francisco City Attorney

 

We are so grateful for the ongoing security consultation and counsel from the Jewish Community Relations Council. JCRC’s recommendations have made our institution, facilities and community more secure. We are fortunate to be a member of a community that exemplifies kol yisrael arevim zeh bazeh; all Jews are responsible for one another.

– Samuel J. Salkin, Executive Director, Sinai Memorial Chapel Chevra Kadisha (and related Gan Shalom and Eternal Home Cemeteries)

 

Camp Tawonga considers JCRC an indispensable partner in the vast and complex arena of public information, media relations and crisis communications. We are so blessed to have this amazing resource in our Jewish community.

– Ken Kramarz, Executive Director, Camp Tawonga

 

JCRC has been enormously helpful to me as the Hillel Director at Stanford. Behind the scenes, whenever sensitive Irael issues arise, the JCRC has been immediately available to advise me, providing invaluable advocacy coaching.

– Rabbi Serena Eisenberg, Executive Director, Stanford University Hillel

 

JCRC proved decisive at a critical stage of our protracted land use battle with the town of Tiburon admist a coterie of naysaying neighbors. They led the coalescence of a range of non-Jewish voices in solidarity with our synagogue, which had a demonstrable impact in reshaping the tenor of the debate and in rendering a favorable vote by the Planning Commission.

– Howard Zack, Co-Chair, Congregation Kol Shofar New Building Committee

 

The JCRC has invaluable insight into the Jewish community and the diverse opinions of its members. I know that when a sensitive issue arises I can count on the JCRC to provide discreet, discerning and accurate advice that is in sync with Jewish community attitudes and positions.

– Supervisor Scott Wiener, San Francisco Board of Supervisors, District 8