NEWSLETTER September 2019
Upcoming Events
GENERAL MEETING AT TEMPLE CHAI
Join the Fight! A Critical Update
on Key Social Justice Issues in Arizona
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 6:30 PM
4645 E. Marilyn Rd., Phoenix 85032

FILM SCREENING: BIRTHRIGHT A WAR STORY
No charge - Seating is limited
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 6:30 PM
3rd St Theatre, Phoenix Center for the Arts

MONDAY, AUGUST 26, 5:00 PM

AWARENESS LUNCHEON
SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 2020
PRESIDENT'S REPORT
Civia Tamarkin president1893@ncjwaz.org

I am honored to stand in solidarity with all of you to fulfill our mission of improving lives and protecting rights and freedoms. I look forward to working together to lead the fight for social justice in our community.  Read more
SOCIAL ACTION INITIATIVE
Carol Comito action@ncjwaz.org
Tammy Caputi action@ncjwaz.org

As the chairs of our Social Action Initiative, Tammy and I are committed to advocating for action within NCJW. We plan to follow the initiatives that have been brought forward and work to represent NCJW through actions that support our mission.  Read more
SOCIAL MEDIA
Alejandra Dashe info@ncjwaz.org

NCJWAZ now has three social media accounts:​ ​ Facebook ,​ ​ Twitter, and​ ​ Instagram . Nearly every day I post articles, events, pictures, and graphics on these sites. Read more
STATE PUBLIC ADVOCATE
Carol Consalvo advocacy@ncjwaz.org

Trying to keep up with the news can be exhausting. Since the current administration has been in office there is “breaking news” every day. Members and friends, I need your assistance to move NCJWAZ from making the community aware of the news to advocating for these important issues. Read more
NCJW AZ Exec VP Ellen Widoff pictured with Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs at a press conference to announce plans for a state wide celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment.

NCJWAZ is a co-sponsoring organization for the March events. 
"This treatment of immigrants, adult and children, is the beginning of the newest Holocaust. Using torture and even death as a deterrent to seeking asylum will not stand in this country."

Carol Consalvo, State Policy Advocate for NCJWAZ. Both of Carol's parents escaped Nazi Germany and arrived in the U.S. as refugees.
MEMBERSHIP
Lin Katzenstein membership@ncjwaz.org

It's time to renew your membership for 2019-2020. Please renew today. Read more
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Jo-Ann Mullen diad@ncjwaz.org

Tikkun Olam begins here--you can help us repair our corner of the world as an NCJW volunteer. Read more
FUNDRAISING

NCJWAZ is about fun, hard work, and commitment. We dedicate ourselves to the community and raise money to ensure that we can continue our efforts. Read more
HELLO VELLO!
Hannah Kaplan hankaplan@me.com

Do you want to help a child improve his or her reading skills? Consider joining our Vello Team. Read more
BUNNY’S CORNER

There are many ways each of us can make a difference, either by volunteering our time or donating everyday items we take for granted like nonperishable food, toiletries and feminine hygiene products. Read more
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