Join Mitzvah Maven to meet other extraordinary, multi-generational women with a passion for tikkun olam as we volunteer to make a difference. With four social action opportunities throughout the year, we would love to have you join us at one or all! Past events include packing food for hungry kids, hosting a luncheon for Holocaust survivors and making Mother’s Day baskets for domestic abuse survivors.
Be a part of this innovative, four part discussion series with educator and acclaimed author, Dr. Erica Brown. Join women ages 45–65 who are going through life transitions as we explore the challenges and opportunities we are facing, while building lasting connections. Transitions for New Moms: Beginning in spring 2015, mothers
with young children are invited to a Transitions cohort tailored
to their life stage.
JEWISH WOMEN’S RENAISSANCE PROJECT (JWRP)
The JWRP is a highly subsidized trip to Israel that inspires Jewish mothers to rediscover their Jewish identity. Participants travel together on a nine day action-packed trip to Israel and leave empowered to transform their lives, families and communities through Jewish values.
YOUNG WOMEN’S COALITION (YWC)
Take part in Federation’s YWC to meet other young women with a passion for Jewish life, learn about Federation’s impactful work and become involved in our Jewish community. YWC is dedicated to building Jewish life by strengthening ourselves, our home and our community. Together we are creating a more vibrant Jewish future.
ANNUAL DONOR EVENT*
Join us each fall for an exclusive evening of Jewish culture and inspiration. From a contemporary Israeli dance performance to
an intimate concert by Neshama Carlebach, we invite passionate, dynamic women to celebrate their commitment to The Federation.
* This event requires a $1,000 minimum commitment in one’s own name to
The Jewish Federation’s Annual Campaign.
LION OF JUDAH CONFERENCE*
Be a part of this extraordinary conference that unites thousands of dedicated and philanthropic women for three days of empowerment, learning and sisterhood.
* This biennial event requires a $5,000 minimum commitment in one’s own name to The Jewish Federation’s annual campaign.