Please send your information and how you would like to be involved to:
Marcia London, VP for Community Service    Email: mlondon3@yahoo.com

BE A MEMBER  

 Yearly membership $ 40  annually July  1st to June 30th
 Life membership $350                                       

 Be sure we have your email address to get for information about upcoming events


WORK WITH A DEPARTMENT
Work on a departmental level is generally done on a per project basis where NCJW can leverage
your passion and skill sets to benefit a particular endeavor.
Advocacy- focusing on anti sex trafficking, reproductive choice, immigration reform, gun safety and other       issues in the US and Israel
 Communications - publicity, section bulletins, flyers, social media, website
 Community Service – see the list on the reverse side
 Fundraising / Events – several large and smaller events through the year
 Membership – involvement, recruitment and retention
 Programming / Hospitality – for general meetings

 JOIN AN EVENT PLANNING COMMITTEE
 WELCOME BACK BRUNCH - October
 ANNUAL NOVEMBER LUNCHEON/BOUTIQUE - Nov 6, 2018 @ Delaire Country Club

    Special performance by SARGE!!
​​NOT JUST CARDS PARTY LUNCHEON - January
 MARCH FOR THE HUNGRY  Month of March
     Help organize food collections, packing and delivery to food pantries
 SPRING LUNCHEON EVENT  - April
 PROGRAMMING FOR GENERAL MEETINGS   3-4 meetings
     Arrange for a speaker and coordinate logistics
 SUMMER PROGRAMS  -  Help plan two to three summer activities

BE A COMMUNITY SERVICE VOLUNTEER
Do you prefer to do your community service in an ongoing way or on a per project basis? 
These opportunities will be right for you. 
 Kid’s Closets at local elementary schools
    Help stock clothing and supplies for emergency donations 
 Speaker’s Bureau for Anti Sex Trafficking – educate local organizations to the perils of sex trafficking
    and how to stop it. Training provided
 School Tutoring at Hagen Ranch School
    Ongoing tutoring and mentoring of elementary school students
 Building Better Readers- Literacy program

    work with first and second graders in the local public schools to tutor reading skills


SHORTER TERM: Do you have limited availability but would like to get involved here and there?
These opportunities might be right for you:
 Holiday on Wheels
    Visit assisted living facilities as a group to celebrate Rosh Hashonah, Chanukah and Passover
Preschool Vision Screening
    Active in January and February
Scholarship committee for Jewish Leader of Tomorrow Awards
    Help review and select scholarship award winners in April
 
Please send your information and how you would like to be involved to:
 Marcia London, VP for Community Service    Email: mlondon3@yahoo.com

Ways to Get Involved