b'ADVOCACY AT STATE AND FEDERAL LEVELSPartnering with Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California (JPAC) and The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) to advocate for our Jewish community Protection of state-funded Multipurpose Senior Services Program Commitment from the California Department of Education to revise a biased draft of the K-12 Ethnic Studies Model CurriculumInclusion of nonprofits in the Small Business Administrations Economic Injury Disaster Loans and Paycheck Protection Program Passage of the Supporting Older Americans Act of 2020, which includes provisions for trauma-informed care of Holocaust survivorsPassage of the Never Again Education Act, which includes funding for Holocaust and anti-hate educationSTUDENT DEBT RELIEF Helping Jewish nonprofit employees manage student debt3-year pilot launched in 2017 initiated by and in partnership with Bob Tandler and Valli Benesch$181,100 granted to 92 educators since inception, helping 20 Jewish nonprofits recruit and retain employees17 educators finished paying off their student loansWILDFIRE RESPONSEHelping affected communities be more prepared to withstand future emergencies 6 organizations received wildfire recovery support totaling $85,000 to assist with long-term recovery following the 2017 North Bay fires10 organizations developed and implemented emergency response plans with micro-grant supportGLOBAL JEWISH RESPONSIBILITYProviding aid to vulnerable Jews and cultivating a Jewish future through a partnership with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the largest Jewish humanitarian organization in the world.Protected 80,000 isolated, elderly Jews with new COVID-19-compliant protocols for homecare services Gathered 850 community members from 10 countries and 90 cities for a groundbreaking online Global Shabbat Helped 45 camp directors from 15 countries re-think Jewish camping15'