Thank you everyone for participating in Great Give! We did raise some funds, but just as important, we raised a lot of awareness for the Kids Community Closet program. Your contributions will be matched and multiplied by the many donors around Palm Beach County who loved our program and chose to “give” during this event.
Thanks again for your support.
The GREAT GIVE is a 24-hour online giving event led by the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, United Way of Palm Beach County, Martin County Community Foundation and United Way of Martin County.
Great Give is designed to raise as much money as possible for local nonprofits in a single day.
This community-wide event will celebrate the spirit of giving and the collective effort it takes to strengthen our community by raising critical funds for local nonprofits.
The National Council of Jewish Women is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children and families, and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.
Won’t you join us Tuesday, May 6 by supporting our programs?
NCJW Palm Beach Section
Is having its
Annual Summer Card Party
And we hope you will attend!!
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Delray Beach Golf Club
2200 Highland Avenue
Delray Beach, Florida
Lunch at noon – Games to follow
Canasta * Bridge * Mah Jongg * Scrabble * 50/50 Raffle * Door Prizes
$25.00* per attendee
10% Senior Discount for those over 80 years
Ruth Zangwill: 561-498-1515 email@example.com
Loretta Mazie: 561-734-0703 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us for our 1st Canasta Tournament
Tuesday April 29, 2014 – 9:30 AM
The Falls Golf and Country Club – 6455 Jog Road – Lake Worth, FL
Cost: $50 per person
Continental Breakfast and Buffet Lunch
Valet Parking Included
Rules for the Canasta Tournament will be e-mailed to all players.
Please bring your own cards and card tray.
NO CARD SHUFFLERS ALLOWED
Reservation must be received on or before April 14th
Please send completed form along with your check payable to:
NCJW Palm Beach Section
c/o Kathy Wolf – 7779 Olympia Drive – West Palm Beach, Florida 33411
NCJW Palm Beach, Southeast Atlantic, and Valencia Shores win Social Change Action Award at National Convention.
Words cannot express that gratitude for the wonderful care packages that you’ve sent. The men and woman of the unit wanted me to let you that they really appreciate the packages. We can tell a lot of love went into preparing each package. I want to personally thank everyone who donated.
Everything you’ve provided in each care package is being utilized and very much appreciated.
Thank you once again
Sean C. Dawkins, SMSgt, USAF
Operations Superintendent, 64 ESFS
Thanks, Villaggio! The National Council of Jewish Women’s Troop Support project for 2014 was a huge success. Because of the generosity of the Villaggio community, we were able to fill 126 boxes with snack foods and toiletries for our troops in Afghanistan.
Thanks to all who generously donated items or money for this effort, and thanks to Villaggio ORT, Villaggio Hadassah, and the Villaggio Knitting Club. A big thank you to Publix Supermarkets, Winn-Dixie Supermarkets, Walgreens, CVS, and Strathmore Bagels. Special thanks to the wonderful “packing crew”. They are: Marty Eisman, Mike Michelson, Stan Winnick, Sandy Winnick, Gail Siegel, Gary Siegel, Lynne Eisman, Andrea Schoen, Carl Rizzuto, Barbara Geftman, Maxine Rizzuto, Terry Finn, Marty Solomon, Steve Finn, Felice Solomon, Brenda Gropper, Phyllis Margolin, Barbara Speigel, Libby Usilaner, Anne Best, Marty Gorbaty.
Our troops really appreciate receiving packages from home–they know we haven’t forgotten them.
Thank you for your support.
Pre-registration is required. REGISTER at: http://tinyurl.com/Jan21symposium
Check out the facebook page: : https://www.facebook.com/events/235922609894790
Michelle was honored for her work in the areas of domestic violence and juvenile justice. Her passion for social justice and her efforts in our community, such as her “Breakfast and Books” mentoring program, in which female attorneys mentor incarcerated young females, expand her reach into areas which have not been previously addressed. Michelle is highly regarded by judges, prosecutors and law enforcement personnel for her compassionate and caring work with those less fortunate.