Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee


CJPAC is a not-for-profit organization and not a registered charity. Therefore, it does not issue charitable tax receipts. However, business receipts can be issued for sponsorships, for example, for the Toronto ACTION Party.

CJPAC can put you in touch with campaign offices you’re interested in working with. We can help make the process as easy as possible. Visit our Get Involved in Politics page or email us at to get started.

There are many ways you can volunteer in an election and make a tremendous impact. CJPAC will help you with volunteer training, connecting you with your campaign/candidate of choice and otherwise help you throughout your experience. The first step is to sign up. Click here to learn more.

You can visit our Fellowship program page, which will provide all the information you need, including how to apply, what to expect and feedback from past participants. You can also contact Klara Mancini-Hupel, our Director of Campus Programming, at

The Generation: Student Leaders Program provides Jewish high school students opportunities to enhance their political knowledge and expertise. Visit our Generation program page or contact Noa Farage, Assistant Director, Programming and Engagement, at

The Women in Politics program allows Jewish women to learn about politics from some of the best women in the Canadian political arena. Visit our Women in Politics page or contact Noa Farage, our Assistant Director, Programming and Engagement at

Our Events page  includes all information about upcoming events and is updated when new events are added. You can also subscribe to our email list or follow us on social media and be the first to find out about all the CJPAC events and happenings.

CJPAC and CIJA both serve the Canadian Jewish and pro-Israel community in the political arena. But we do it in different ways. Click here to learn about the approaches and mandates of each organization.