The Erwin Rautenberg Foundation and the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles have awarded a $500,000 grant to The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles to name its New Leaders Project (NLP). The project is a civic leadership training program for emerging Los Angeles Jewish leaders. NLP participants meet with elected, civic and community leaders to address critical challenges facing Los Angeles. Pictured at a recent ceremony at which the grant was announced are Jewish Community Foundation board chair Larry Rauch (left) and president and CEO Marvin Schotland; Erwin Rautenberg Foundation president Tom Corby; Jewish Federation board chair Julie Platt, and Jewish Federation president and CEO Jay Sanderson. The Jewish Community Foundation manages grants for the Santa Monica-based Erwin Rautenberg Foundation, which was created by its late namesake to strengthen Jewish causes in Los Angeles, Israel and other parts of the world. The ceremony was held at the Beverly Hills home of Lisa and Joshua Greer.
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