NEWSLETTER November 2019
Upcoming Events
GENERAL MEETING AT TEMPLE CHAI
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 6:30 PM Social, 7:00 PM Meeting
Special Guest: Katie Hobbs, Arizona Secretary of State
4645 E. Marilyn Rd, Phoenix 85032, South Entrance

GAME NIGHT
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2019 6-9 PM
The McDowell Center

ANNUAL AWARENESS & ADVOCACY LUNCHEON
SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 2020 11:00 AM
Take Back the Fight: Our Voice, Our Power
Keynote Speaker Jill Wine-Banks
PRESIDENT
Civia Tamarkin president1893@ncjwaz.org

Our section has been off to an impressive start with 50 new members, the formation of our next generation Legacy group, our task force teams and our extremely well attended Gun Violence Protection panel discussion last month. At our Nov. 19 th meeting, headlined by AZ Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, we will hear how her office, handcuffed by insufficient election security funds, is fighting the very real threats to an honest vote in our critical swing state.  Read More
For more information contact: Debbie Jacobs  dsjcubs@gmail.com  or
Julie Rubenstein  julesruben@gmail.com

Luncheon Raffle Items Needed
Members and their guests who attend our annual Awareness Luncheon always look forward to the raffle and silent auction, a fun part of the event. This year we hope to increase funding to support our social justice efforts by asking each NCJW member to contribute at least one item for the raffle or silent auction. Read More
STATE PU BLIC ADVOCATE
Carol Consalvo advocacy@ncjwaz.org

Preaching to the Choir!
Most of you who receive this newsletter care about the work we do, and many are willing to stand up and be counted. Most of you share our principles and follow our mission. Our local programs and events mirror the direction we get from our national organization, which has grown to become the force we are today.  Read More
SOCIAL ACTION
Carol Comito ccbpw@aol.com

Help Ratify the ERA!
We only need one more state and both Virginia and Arizona are fighting to be the one.
WE can do this and get women in the Constitution…finally! With your help, we can get the ERA ratified in 2020. Here's what you can do. Read More
SOCIAL MEDIA
Alejandra Dash info @ncjwaz.org

There are lots of things are going on right now in social media. Our reach has expanded to about 3700 people on Facebook because we are posting about the issues and events you care about. Read More
MEMBERSHIP
Lin Katzenstein membership@ncjwaz.org

Join, Renew and Contribute On-Line! Use a credit or debit card or PayPal account. CLICK HERE , enter the amount, payment method and your email address.
Or send your dues of $54 by check payable to NCJW AZ to:
NCJW Arizona,14747 N. Northsight Blvd, Suite 111-228, Scottsdale AZ 85260
Joining for the First Time? See our membership form here.
Thanks to all members who have already renewed!
EVENT FUNDRAISING

It’s arriving any day now!
Our “Non-Event” invitation for 2019 will be in the mail soon. Did you like reading Shakespeare in school? You’re going to love it! Did you hate reading it? Here’s your chance to never do it again! It’s our challenge to “invite” you to help NCJW fight for social justice for women, children and families.
Game On!
Keep your calendar open for our 21st ANNUAL GAME NIGHT on December 24, 2019. It’s a great evening with good food, good friends and good fun.
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Jo-Ann Mullen diad@ncjwaz.org

It’s a Wrap We are partnering with Jewish Family & Children’s Services this year by adopting a family: a single father with serious health issues, two boys, ages 14 and 6, and an 11-year old girl. Read More
Dental Clinic Fri. & Sat., December 13- 14. This clinic will be held at the Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday. Hopeful patients line up outdoors the night before to be treated on a first-come, first-served basis. Read More
BUNNY’S CORNER
Bunny Berkowitz f bunnyb@cox.net

I nterfaith Community Ministry Clothing and Food Bank, Operation Paperback, Pueblo Norte Volunteers, Hope Phones, Eyeglasses, Bring donations to our Meetings Read More
Illustration: An 1869 depiction of universal suffrage by Thomas Nast in Harper's Weekly reflects the inclusive vision of many 19th century abolitionists and suffragists who are working to abolish slavery and to promote universal suffrage.
Women and The Vote Centennial Calendar Published by Women's National Democratic Club (WNDC) Educational Foundation
NCJW TRIBUTE CARDS FOR ANY OCCASION!
Lynn Greenberg tributecards@ncjwaz.org

Send a handwritten message of support, celebration or sympathy with one of our NCJW tribute cards. Read more
TRIBUTES Read More
BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2019-2020 Read More
National Council of Jewish Women Arizona