Yes, we’re still accepting donations, but here is a list of folks and organizations that have helped make the Jewlicious Festival happen:
Deanna and Allen Alevy
Liz and Jim Breslauer
Barbara and Ray Alpert
All three of our Patrons are residents of Long Beach, California. They represent our core funders – people who come through year in and year out to bring the Festival to Long Beach. Thanks to their forward thinking generosity, the Jewish community of Long Beach has been put on the map as the only community thus far capable of getting it together to produce such a world-class event to the benefit of scores of young Jews in Orange County, LA, California and across the US. Of course I am less than objective in my assessment, but over the years I’ve really come to appreciate this spunky community. After all this time I can honestly say that I kind of have a bit of a crush on Long Beach. In many respects, these patrons are to blame. Sigh.
These are the entities that come together to actually put the Festival together. We all work together months in advance preparing all the stuff that needs to be prepared in order to pull this thing off. The folks below, our sponsors and partners
MASA: Provides grants for Jewish young adults to pursue a broad array of long term educational programs in Israel.
Taglit Birthright NEXT Los Angeles: Provides follow up programs for Birthright Israel alums in Los Angeles
Alpert JCC: The Jewish Community Center of Long Beach and the host of the Jewlicious Festival
Repair The World: Their mission is to make service to others a defining element of American Jewish life
The Soref Initiative for Emerging Campuses: Hillel’s Soref Initiative enables students and local college and university communities to celebrate Jewish life on campus with smaller Jewish populations
Oranim Long Term Israel Programs: A leading MASA trip provider of long term Israel programs
Jewish Federation of Greater Long Beach and Orange County: Connects the Long Beach Jewish Community and supports a network of Jewish and non-sectarian social and educational services
AEPi: The Jewish Fraternity of North America, was founded to provide opportunities for a Jewish man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience
David Project: Dedicated to educating and inspiring strong voices for Israel through dynamic educational seminars, workshops, and curricula
Stand With Us: Ensures that Israel’s side of the story is told in communities, campuses, libraries, the media and churches through brochures, speakers, conferences, missions to Israel, and thousands of pages of Internet resources
Gesher City LB: Geshercity is here to enrich the development of young adults in the Long Beach and Orange County area
LA Hillel Council: Provides management and oversight to campus Hillels within Southern California
The Jewish National Fund: Charitable organization specializing in development of Israeli land and infrastructure, especially planting trees, developing the Negev and educating students around the world about Israel and the environment
The Jewish Agency Aliyah: Dedicated to bringing a substantial number of Jews to live in Israel and ensuring their successful integration
Craig n’ Co: Produces new and traditional Jewish music, live concerts and interfaith events, and musical Shabbat services
Jewlicious Festival Open Source: The T-shirts
This year's Jewlicious Festival, our 6th in as many years, is going to be an Open Source event. What does that mean? Well, allow me to explain. From day one, it was our fondest hope to run similar festivals in ...