WEHO Guaranteed Income is Complete!
Onboarding for our West Hollywood Pilot for Guaranteed Income Program is now complete! Twenty-five program participants will receive their first monthly payment of $1,000 and will continue to receive them until January 2024. Participants will be part of a larger research project spearheaded by the University of Pennsylvania. The research from our GI programs is key in contributing to the national conversation on Guaranteed Income and builds more evidence towards GI as a nationwide policy.
We are so excited to serve the West Hollywood community and proceed on this path toward economic justice for low-income Los Angeles County residents.
The Scholarship Program is available for a variety of subject matter disciplines, as well as support for non-traditional students in achieving their academic goals. Awards are based on a combination of academic merit and financial need.
The scholarship application cycle runs twice a year in the Spring and Fall. Funding is made available during the recipient's following school term and sent directly to the educational institutions.
In 2021, we received 826 applications. 175 eligible students seeking financial assistance to attain post-secondary education in the greater Los Angeles area, including 61% in LA County. 18 students were selected based on a combination of academic performance and financial need. The NCJW|LA scholarship awards aim to increase the recipient’s path to upward mobility and job opportunity.
The selection process accounts for the real cost of attendance including food, transportation, housing, and childcare. 89% of the 2021 scholarship applicants are women experiencing unique challenges in educational attainment. 42% are seeking vocational/trade or less than 2-year degrees. 39% are pursuing a graduate or post-graduate degree.
Abortion Project Committee
Join the Conversations
We invite individuals looking for meaningful and impactful ways to support abortion access to join our planning committee.
Our next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 1, from
10:00 am – 11:00 am PST
Together, we can begin to change to break through stigmas, biases, and discrimination, related to abortion and its access.
This will be the last opportunity for new members to join the committee, do not miss this opportunity!
These monthly meetings are a space for community members, leaders, and advocates to learn, plan, and reimagine what can be possible WHEN communities join forces and advocate for the issues impacting those most in need. NCJW|LA is an open and safe place; we encourage, welcome, and celebrate diversity and inclusivity at our meetings.
We will be focused on reviewing the Governor’s 2022-2023 Budget, a full review of bills we advocated during lobby week, and other bills we supported during this year’s legislative session.
Back $2 School Sale
Back-to-school shopping for the kids doesn't have to be expensive. When it comes to back-to-school savings, thrifting can save you hundreds.
All in-store Children's Clothes & Shoes are $2.00 every Tuesday in August!
Women's INEQUALITY Day
August 26, the anniversary of the certification of the 19th Amendment, is often known as Women's Equality Day. Yet with our voting and reproductive rights under attack, women today have fewer rights than we've had in decades.
This year, we're partnering with the League of Women Voters, YWCA, and other organizations to observe Women's Inequality Day by demanding that our government not only represent us but include us as equals. This includes passing voting rights legislation, adding the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution, and restoring our reproductive freedoms. Women hold the power to create a more perfect democracy!
Join us all day on social media using the hashtag #WomensInequalityDay and follow @NCJWLA on August 26.
Mark your calendar for NCJW’s Abortion Access Week of Action: September 12-16
We invite you to sign up today for more details to get involved, including opportunities to level up your impact and participate in digital actions and other meaningful activities.
Sign up — Jews for Abortion Access
The New Reality for Black & Latinx Women
After the initial 2020 COVID-19 lockdowns, systemic inequities continue to harm women and families of color. These combine with rollbacks in reproductive rights, an ongoing fight for racial justice, persistent gun and police violence, and Congressional barriers to progress. Learn More
2022 Voter Guide
What You Need To Know To Vote In California’s Nov. 8 General Election.
California Election 2022 Voter Guide - CalMatters
Connecting Angelenos to Meaningful Opportunities
VolunteerLA connects Angelenos to meaningful service opportunities that create positive change in our communities and build a stronger city. Learn about other ways that you can be civically engaged in Los Angeles at Let's Volunteer LA.
Don’t Miss Your Court Date
Fund for Guaranteed Income has launched Courtreminders.org, a new court date notification tool that offers free text message reminders for hearings in Los Angeles County (with plans to expand). Importantly, this tool does not sell or share any information with the courts, law enforcement, or any third party.
- Free SMS reminders 7 days, 3 days, and 1 day before your court hearing in English/Spanish
- Automatic notifications of changes to your hearing date
- Option to add a friend or a chosen family member's phone number as a backup
- NO personal data is shared with the courts, law enforcement, or any third party, and users' locations will never be tracked!