Community Study

Community Study

The Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund is pleased to release the findings of our major community study –  A Portrait of Bay Area Jewish Life and Communities*

The Portrait, a major and unprecedented population study of Jews in the Bay Area, is a comprehensive, region-wide assessment of community needs, demographics, and key aspects of Jewish life. This report is commissioned and supported by the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties.

For questions, please contact Amy Spade, Senior Program Officer, Evaluation and Resilience & Security.

Below are links associated with the Study, which started with two events that will launch a communal process to inform our collective efforts to create a vibrant, caring, and enduring Jewish community.

MATERIALS

DATA ANALYSIS

 

IN THE NEWS

VIDEO

Julie Golde (former Director of Community Impact, Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund) and Rabbi Andrew Kastner (former Director of Community Impact, Jewish Federation of the East Bay) discuss the Portrait on MOSAIC with Rabbi Eric Weiss. MOSAIC is a public service program of KPIX Channel 5, exploring how Bay Area people’s lives are enriched by a diversity of cultural and faith perspectives.

 

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