Co-Sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women San Francisco and Consulate General of Israel
Join us January 13-22, 2019 for an exciting nine-day journey to learn about Israel's international development programs through an extraordinary interactive experience!
Click HERE to learn more & apply for the trip.
Join us November 8 as we learn about Emunah Israel's social
service programs aimed at improving the lives of women,
children and families!
Resource Development Coordinator
/the global development and outreach arm of Emunah Israel/
Lunch will be served.
Space is limited. Please RSVP to Antonia Lavine at email@example.com
We hope to see you there!
Hosted by: Jewish Community Relations Council
Co-sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women
(go to the event page HERE to see more information about the forum sponsors & program items)
For years our democracy has been deteriorating. From our political to electoral to judicial systems, there have been cracks and decay that threaten the security of racial, religious and ethnic minority communities. That's why JCRC is launching a non-partisan democracy initiative and will be hosting Waging Democracy, a forum that includes seminars, sessions and opportunities for action. Download the event program HERE.
$20 for students (with ID)
$30 for adults 35 and under
$50 adults, with early-bird pricing of $40 until September 30
Hosted by: The National Council of Jewish Women San Francisco
Event co-sponsors: The Queen’s Bench Bar Association & San Francisco Department on the Status of Women
Join us for dynamic civic engagement training! Learn through an extraordinary interactive experience how our federal judiciary works and why courts matter.
Hear from special guest presenter Lindsay Morris, Associate Director of Grassroots Advocacy, NCJW Washington DC Headquarters
Play the part of a federal judge on a panel. Discuss & decide an important case on separation of religion and state
Discover ways to ensure that lifetime appointments to the federal bench will be fair, independent, and diverse
Stay tuned for updates on featured speakers and co-sponsoring agencies!
Admission is free. Light dinner will be provided.
Space is limited. Please register at your earliest convenience at: https://you_be_the_judge.eventbrite.com
The National Council of Jewish Women San Francisco Cordially Invites You to Our 2018 Awards Luncheon
2018 Award Recipients:
Dr. Gena Castro Rodriguez, Chief of Victim Services and Parallel Justice Programs of the Office of the San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon (Click HERE for bio) - Keynote Speaker & Outstanding Advocate for Human Dignity and Freedom Award
Honorable Cynthia Ming-Mei Lee, Judge of the San Francisco Superior Court (click HERE for bio) - Hannah G. Solomon Award
Abby Snay, Chief Executive of Jewish Vocational Services (Click HERE for bio) - Inspiring Leadership Award
Patsy Greenstein, Vice President of the National Council of Women San Francisco (Click HERE for bio) - Outstanding Volunteer Achievement Award
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by Monday, April 30
Join us April 25 and 26 to lobby with NCJW advocates from across California for legislation addressing sexual harassment and violence, human trafficking, child poverty and policies disproportionally harming the poor. Meet our elected representatives at the State Capitol to voice NCJW's opinions on proposed legislation.
To download the flyer with more details click HERE
Thursday, April 5, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
NCJW Office at 2000 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 411, San Francisco
Lunch will be provided.
For more than 70 years, NCJW has been supporting women, children, and families throughout Israeli society regardless of ethnicity, religion and economic status. With grants to Israeli organizations, participation in advocacy coalitions, policy campaigns, and pioneering work in education and research, NCJW has been a leader in striving for robust Israeli civil society. Join us for a discussion with Dina Charnin to learn more about these efforts and the ways to support NCJW's programs in Israel.
Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us Saturday, March 24th at Civic Center with youth from across the Bay Area to march against gun violence and in support of the National #MarchForOurLives Movement.
Instead of crying they are speaking. Instead of mourning they are protesting. And instead of waiting, the youth across the Bay Area are making our voices heard about gun violence.
Assembly Time and Area for NCJW Team:
12:45 PM @ Civic Center Plaza(across from the Bill Graham Auditorium, at the corner of Grove & Larkin Streets, San F
Closing Teen Power Summit of the 2018 Anit-Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign and Honoring the Winners of the Teen Poster and Writing Contest
Join us for an exciting Teen Power Event with the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking, which is coordinated by NCJW SF. We will be honoring the winners of the 2018 Teen Poster and Writing Contest. Youth from across the Bay Area will gather to share experiences in anti-trafficking advocacy and prevention. Parents, teachers, local politicians, and top government officials will speak about their work to free our communities from child slavery. Master of Ceremonies and Keynote Speaker will be Russell Wilson, Anti-trafficking Expert, Consultant and Researcher. Supervisor Katy Tang will present the prizes to the winners of the contest. Food and drinks will be provided.
Register at https://teen-power-against-human-trafficking.eventbrite.com
Contact: SFCAHT Coordinator Antonia Lavine at email@example.com
Save the date and join us for a full day conference for professionals and volunteers as we learn how socially responsible businesses and community based organizations, law enforcement and government agencies, work collaboratively to prevent human trafficking activities in the impacted industries. This event is open to the general public. Stay tuned for more information about the conference format, agenda and registration. Let us know if your organization/agency/business is interested in making a presentation at the conference.
Contact: Antonia Lavine at firstname.lastname@example.org