Thank you The Jewish Community Foundation LA

For their contribution to our High Holidays Food Distribution

The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles has been supporting Latet for many years. And this year, thanks to their generous contribution of $5,000 to our High Holidays Food Distribution, many food packages will be sent to families in need so they can have the holidays they deserve. 

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