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PUBLIC AFFAIRS American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) 602-277-3318,Fax:602-996-1180 arizona@aipac.org www.aipac.org The only American organization registered to lobby Congress in support of the U.S.-Israel relationship. Community briefings, events with members of Congress,grass-roots lobbying sessions. American Jewish Committee 602-539-2895 www.ajc.org President:Tim Eckstein Global Jewish advocacy,110 years of service.To en- hance the well-being of the Jewish people and Israel andtoadvancedemocraticvaluesaroundtheworld. Anti-Defamation League 602-274-0991 arizona@adl.org arizona.adl.org Regional Director: Carlos Galindo-Elvira Regional Board Chair: Greg Rosenthal The nation’s premier civil rights agency, fighting anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defending democratic ideals and protecting civil rights for all. ■ See ad on page 21 Jewish Community Relations Initiative (JCRI) c/o Board of Rabbis of Greater Phoenix phoenixbor@gmail.com Supported by: Jewish Community Foundation. Building relationships within the Jewish community and community-at-large reflecting Jewish commitment to justice. Information and kick-off in fall 2016. Jewish Labor Committee Arizona Chapter 2401 N.Central Ave. Phoenix,AZ 85004 soazrubin@gmail.com Chairman:Paul Rubin Founded in 1934 to serve as a bridge between the Jewish community and the labor movement. Joint Action Committee for Political Affairs (JAC) (847) 433-5999,Fax:(847) 433-6194 info@jacpac.org www.jacpac.org Executive Director:Marcia Balonick BipartisannetworkdedicatedtoelectingaCongress committed to a strong U.S.-Israel relationship and a social agenda including reproductive freedom and separation of religion and state. Republican Jewish Coalition Arizona Chapter www.rjchq.org Chair:Lisa Karlovsky,480-361-5443 karlovsky@cox.net Educating the Jewish community about Republican ideas and policy positions,and expressing concerns of the Jewish community to Republican officials. Monthly events. REFERRAL/ SUPPORT Council For Jews With Special Needs 12701 N.Scottsdale Road,Suite 205 Scottsdale,AZ 85254 480-629-5343,Fax:480-629-5365 info@cjsn.org www.cjsn.org Executive Director:Amy DL Hummell Board President:Richard Lustiger Disability resources for children, adults who have disabilities and their families, to enable them to participate in activities in the Jewish community. ■ See ad on page 27 Temple Chai: Deutsch Family Shalom Center 4645 E.Marilyn Road Phoenix,AZ 85032 602-971-1234,Fax:602-971-5909 rabbikoppell@templechai.com www.templechai.com Director:Rabbi Bonnie Koppell Resource center providing education, support groups and spiritual development while utilizing Jewish wisdom, tradition and compassion. Sup- port groups include bereavement, divorce and caregiving. SINGLES For information on congregation-affiliated singles programs,see “Valley Congregations”listings. Dana Cheryl Beitscher Charitable Foundation 745 E.Maryland Ave.,Suite 100 Phoenix,AZ 85014 602-279-2808,Fax:602-277-5978 Chairman:Irwin Pasternack Funding, resources and leadership for developing positive Jewish choices in family and personal lives, with a strong emphasis on strengthening the ability of Jewish singles to meet and marry. Happenings Joan Evans,602-569-9791 Catering to Jewish singles 60-plus. Social activities and friendship.Two or more functions each month. Jewish Association of Singles Services (J.A.S.S.) 480-515-1935 barbaraallyn@gmail.com Contact:Barbara Allyn Activities and events for Jewish singles ages 60-85. Resource for information about Jewish groups and organizations. Phoenix Jewish Singles Organizer contact:laneecohen@gmail.com meetup.com/active-jewish-singles A Jewish community for Jewish singles in the North Phoenix/Scottsdale area with no age barrier. Project Jewish Love 4757 E.Greenway Road,#107B-167 Phoenix,AZ 85032 admin@projectjewishlove.com www.projectjewishlove.com AplatformforallsingleandunmarriedJews40years oldandovertofindfriendship,enjoycompanionship, mingle,date,marry and learn to love. Serving the East Valley Jewish community since 1971 908 N. Alma School Rd., Chandler, AZ 85224 480.897.0588 www.evjcc.org