BE A MEMBER  

 Yearly membership $ 45  annually July  1st to June 30th                        

 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 skillset to benefit a particular endeavor.

  • Advocacy- focusing on human 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 many services we provide listed below
  • Fundraising / Events – several large and smaller events through the year
  • Membership – involvement, recruitment, and retention 
  • Programming / Hospitality – for general program meetings


 JOIN AN EVENT PLANNING COMMITTEE

  1. WELCOME BACK BRUNCH - October
  2.  ANNUAL LUNCHEON/BOUTIQUE 
  3.    MAH JONGG & CARD PARTY LUNCHEON - January
  4.  MARCH FOR THE HUNGRY    Help organize food collections, packing and delivery to food pantries
  5.  SPRING EVENT
  6.  PROGRAMMING FOR GENERAL MEETINGS  
        3-4 meetings- Arrange for a speaker and coordinate logistics
  7.  SUMMER PROGRAMS  -  Help plan two to three summer activities


BE A COMMUNITY SERVICE VOLUNTEER as COVID 19 safety allows
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. 


  1.  Kid’s Community Closets at local elementary schools
  2.     Help stock clothing and supplies for emergency donations 
  3.  Speaker’s Bureau for Anti Sex Trafficking – educate local organizations on the perils of sex trafficking and how to stop it. Training provided
  4. Ongoing tutoring and mentoring of elementary school students
  5. Building Better Readers- Literacy program
  6.  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:

  1. Holiday on Wheels
  2. Visit elder care facilities as a group to celebrate Rosh Hashonah, Chanukah and Passover
  3. Preschool Vision Screening-   Active in January and February
  4. Scholarship committee for Jewish Leader of Tomorrow Awards

          Help review and select scholarship award winners in April

 
Please send your contact information and how you would like to be involved to:
 Susan at email: si6son@gmail.com

Ways to Get Involved

Please send your contact information and how you would like to be involved to:
 Susan Isaacson, VP for Community Service    Email: si6son@gmail.com

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