Global Freedom Forum Resources
Call your representatives in the House and Senate and tell them that you oppose the ban on refugees. For more contact information and talking points from Jewish World Watch, fill out this form: action.jww.org/jww/app/make-a-call?2&engagementId=282173
Sen. Feinstein: 202-224-3841 | Sen. Harris: 202-224-3553 | Rep. Bass: 202-225-7084 | Rep. Lieu: (202) 225-3976
Call the White House (202-456-1111 or 202-456-1414) and tell President Trump that you oppose the refugee ban and believe that we need to be doing more—not less—to support refugees. After you make a call, please send an electronic message to the White House to let the Trump Administration know that these policies contradict American values and history. www.hias.org/work/advocacy
Sign the #WithRefugees campaign petition to express solidarity with people forced to flee and encourage governments to take action. www.unhcr.org/en-us/world-refugee-day.html
HIAS’ 2018 Haggadah supplement: www.hias.org/passover2018
Jewish World Watch Passover Booklet:
Haggadah Supplements and Seder Readings from American Jewish World Service:
Attend the Los Angeles Jews for Refugees Assembly at Temple Beth Am
Thursday, March 22, 6pm-9pm
More information at www.JewsForRefugees.org
Donate medical and other essential supplies to Save the Syrian Children, now through April 1.
Temple Beth Am is an official Drop Off Location for The Big Fill. www.thebigfill.org
Walk to End Genocide with Jewish World Watch
Sunday, April 22, Pan Pacifific Park, 9am to 12noon
Join the Team Temple Beth Am at
Teens can join the JWW Teen Ambassador Program. College students can become a Social Justice Fellow.
Volunteer or intern with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Los Angeles. Opportunities include helping with ESL classes, Early Employment, Women’s Economic Empowerment, Citizenship and Financial Capability, and Citizenship Application Workshops.
Volunteer with Interfaith Refugee and Immigration Service (IRIS). Opportunities include ESL/Civics tutors, refugee mentoring, case management, helping to coordinate awareness events, and office tasks.
Embrace a Family in San Diego. This JFS program matches donor families with families in need, many of them refugee families, in the months before the Winter Holidays.
Volunteer with the Tiyya Foundation.
College students at UCLA or UC Irvine can join Fresh S.T.A.R.T. (students together aiding refugees today). Other opportunities (mostly in Orange County) include becoming a Family Mentor, ESL Instructor, or Tutor.
Go to www.jewsforrefugees.org for more ways to support refugees!