Friends of The Frances-Henry Library supports the Library Director in realizing the Library’s mission through fund raising and programs.
The Friends group helps in promoting the Library’s visibility and accessibility in the local and academic communities, hosts an annual event in celebration of Jewish Book Month, creates and promotes opportunities to support the Library’s needs, and fosters a closer relationship with constituents of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.What are the privileges of a Friend?
You become a partner in our endeavor to maintain the Library’s excellence as one of the best Jewish libraries in the country.How do I find out more?
Please fill out & send the form below, and one of our members will contact you.
I'm interested in being a "Friend," please contact me.
The mission of the Library system of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion is to collect, preserve and provide access to the records of Jewish thought and experience throughout the ages and to related fields and disciplines. The Library system has a responsibility to support the teaching and research functions of the College-Institute through the four campus libraries, and a special goal to document Reform (Progressive/Liberal) Judaism.
The Frances-Henry Library in Los Angeles collects, preserves and makes available a carefully selected materials in support of all the educational, professional and vocational programs of the school. The Library also supports the academic partnership with the University of Southern California and its constituencies.
As a major Jewish informational resource, it serves the reference and research needs of the Greater Los Angeles community and other parts of the continental West Coast and Hawaii.