Official government office in Northern California. Provides passports, visas and consular services. Resource for information; responsible for coordinating educational, political, cultural and economic activities.
Full-service network of neighborhood banks specializing in residential and commercial real estate. Sixteen locations and growing in the Bay Area. Equal Housing Lender/member FDIC.
Not-for-profit, industry-supported organization dedicated to strengthening business, investment, technology and trade relations between California and Israel.
Uses investment dollars to finance key infrastructure projects critical to Israel. Bonds can be purchased for IRA accounts, trusts and gifts. Member FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.)
National not-for-profit organization supporting Israel's renowned center of higher education and research.
Sponsors a variety of programs and initiatives that strengthen relationships between the East Bay Jewish community and communities in Israel.
Raises funds and awareness for world-class institution known for leadership in desert agriculture, water management, bio- and nanotechnologies, cyber security, global medicine and Hebrew literature.
Grown to be recognized as a world-renowned center for study, research and innovation; embraces students of all religions and ethnicities from Israel and worldwide. American Friends supports these endeavors.
Supports 1000 bed hospital established in 1902 in central Jerusalem. World-renowned for Jewish genetics, oncology, cardiac, birthing, infant care, and adherence to Jewish medical ethics.
Hub of Jewish life in Silicon Valley, providing the spokes of Jewish support to Israel, and domestic and local concerns including eduction, connectivity and tradition.
Supports multidisciplinary institution in Israel training students and conducting scientific research to fight disease, advance technology, protect the environment and improve the human condition.
Provides critical support to the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, home to three Nobel scientists and one of the world's finest technical universities.
Initiates and helps support educational, social, cultural and recreational programs and facilities for the young male and female soldiers of Israel who defend the Jewish homeland.
Supporting the Jewish community for over 100 years, the Federation partners with donors, organizations, and foundations to address the pressing issues facing our community.
Invests in building new communities in Israel's Negev and Galilee regions, collaborating with diverse environmental and humanitarian partners to support Israel's 21st century pioneers.
Information & Advocacy
Information about Jewish victims in the Middle East conflict; updates on Israeli politics.
Activist group working to promote an end to the occupation of the Palestinian territories. Endorses BDS.
Focal point in Sonoma County on issues related to the nation of Israel and the Jewish people worldwide. Nonpolitical. Organizes Israel’s Independence Day celebrations and more.
Bay Area social-action group that supports Israel's right to exist within its current, secure borders. Men and women welcome.
Experiential dialogue workshops, free guidelines and videos. Group includes Jewish, Muslim and Christian women, men and young adults committed to invigorating public peace process in U.S. and overseas
A pro-Israel organization working to create opportunities for LGBTQ people in the United States, along with friends and allies, to engage and connect with Israel.
Helps educate Congress, public office candidates, policymakers, media professionals and student leaders re: importance of U.S-Israel friendship. Washington, D.C. headquarters & 10 regional offices bring message to legislators.
The mission is to humanize perceptions about Israel, using visual media to build support for Israel's case as a Jewish democracy within secure, recognized borders. Providing resources to inform campus and community conversations on Israel.
Researches and publishes the facts regarding developments in the Middle East and exposes false propaganda that might harm the interests of the United States and its allies in that area of the world.
Nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to disseminate information about 21st-century Israel with the goal of educating Americans about the vibrant, creative and real Israel.
Works for a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, ensuring the survival of Israel as a democratic homeland for the Jewish people.
Leading organization committed to equality and democracy for all Israelis.
Global nonprofit that stands up to anti-Israel hate speech and educates the general public about Israel. Grassroots approach to education about Israel's achievements and ongoing challenges.
Local Israeli Services
Home away from home for the Israeli community throughout the year. Torah classes, kids, family and High Holy Day programs and services. Women's gathering group. One Family project, volunteer circle for families.
The ICC brings Israeli culture to the South Bay with lectures by well-known speakers, Israeli movie nights, social gatherings, holiday events, children's activities and more.
Provides the Israeli community with cultural events and holiday celebrations in Hebrew, in addition to guiding Israelis who wish to return to their homeland.
Lehrhaus offers educational tours exploring the cultural and historical Jewish ties of locations around the world. Recent tours have been to Israel, China, Poland, Germany, Argentina, Uruguay, Spain and Austria, among other countries.
Specializing in educational tours and Jewish travel experiences throughout the world, including Shabbat dinners, visiting synagogues and Jewish neighborhoods. Includes “traditional” sites, along with exploring local cultures.
1-6 week Israel Experience programs in mystical Tsfat, the center of Kabbalah for young Jews ages 21-30.
Connect with Israel by working alongside Israeli soldiers performing civilian duties on an Israeli Defense Forces base. One, two or three week programs year-round.
Free 10-day immersive experience in Israel for Jewish young adults, ages 22-26. Visits to historical and holy sites, encounters with Israeli peers and outdoor adventures.
Provides interest-free loans up to $20,000 to help Jewish residents of Northern California cover the costs of traveling to Israel on an organized program.
Grants to help fund teen and young adult travel to Israel. Available to applicants within the Federation's service area.