National Council of Jewish Women-St. Louis SectionWelcome to The National Council of Jewish Women-St. Louis Section, a volunteer-driven organization at the forefront of social change for over 120 years. We are pioneers…addressing social issues and protecting the rights of women, children and families through innovative action. We are courageous…speaking out and unafraid to do the right thing. We are compassionate, reaching out to the under-served, the vulnerable and those in need. We are progressive…championing child welfare, women’s rights and reproductive freedom. We are thinkers and doers, committed to creating meaningful action at the local and national levels. We are inspired by Jewish values… to help the weak and work for tikkun olam (repairing the world) and justice for all. We are powerful – as women of diverse backgrounds, passions and interests creating a positive force for change. NCJW works through advocacy, community service, education and research to improve the quality of life for women, children and families, and to ensure individual rights and freedoms for all, in our local community, nationally and globally. Progressive ideals put into meaningful action can improve the world.
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Spring Luncheon – April 27, 2017 at Westwood Country Club
WE INVITE YOU TO SHARE
WIT, WISDOM & INSIGHT
WITH MARJORIE INGALLWhen you sponsor a child for $180, you are helping then start the school year confident and prepared by providing them brand new essentials to be successful in school. Over 1,300 children at the Back to School! Store will each receive:
- Backpack filled with school supplies
- Coast, hat and gloves
- Shoes and socks
- Personal care items
- Community Resources
$360 sponsors two children
$540 sponsors three children
Catch a Glimpse of NCJW in Action!http://www.kmov.com/clip/13044405/thousands-prepare-for-saturdays-womens-march-in-downtown-st-louis
Join the A List!
Join the A List education and issues campaign in the St. Louis Jewish Light. Help us share what’s important to our community. These full page ads run during the legislative session from January-May, 2017.