SFCJL Named a Nonprofit of the Year

The San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living has been named Nonprofit of the Year, by California State Senator Scott Wiener.

Nonprofit of the Year is an opportunity to celebrate the government-nonprofit partnerships that support our economies and our communities. For the past eight years, legislators from across California have chosen a Nonprofit of the Year in their district in celebration of California Nonprofits Day, which was on June 7th.

The San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living, originally known as the Jewish Home, is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive senior healthcare institution in the Bay Area. Founded on the Jewish tradition of caring for our community’s elders, the values we maintain today compel us to care for all who need it. Our vibrant and inclusive communities are accessible to older adults of all income levels, faiths, and cultures.

Stacey Lewis, Chief Development Officer, and Debora Kohn, Rabbi, went to Sacramento to be recognized along with leaders from 100 other nonprofits selected by their Representatives.