Women's Philanthropy engages women of all ages and giving levels in social, educational and philanthropic events and activities, allowing all Jewish women in Seattle to be included in the Jewish Federation and to participate in creating community.
Together, Women's Philanthropy and the greater Jewish Federation work toward strengthening, repairing and ensuring the Jewish community in Seattle, Israel and around the world.
Contact Name: Michelle Shriki, Assistant Campaign Director
In the last decade, 45 percent of all marriages in the U.S. were between people of different faiths, encouraging openness and tolerance among religious communities.
Roni Keidar, a native from Netiv Haasara, a moshav of 700 people just a few feet north of the border with the Gaza Strip, will be in town for the week of March 8-16 discussing her experience on the border of friendship and war. To attend any of these events register with Benjamina Menashe at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206 774-2237
Congregation Beth Shalom is offering an opportunity to hear from Rebecca Crichton, Executive Director of the Northwest Center on Creative Aging. Join us for a discussion from 7 pm - 9 pm about how to age creatively and productively. She will share research from the field of Positive Psychology and weave in traditional Jewish teachings that support modern research findings.
We'll meet at Rebecca Crichton's home. To RSVP and receive information about the meeting location, please e-mail Annette Peizer. Parve and dairy snacks welcome!
Back by popular demand, Linda Cohen will join us to discuss 1,000 Mitzvahs within the context of parenting and family life. When Linda decided to perform 1,000 acts of kindness to honor her father's memory, she brought along her children and husband on the journey. Come explore where "cultivating kindness one mitzvah at a time" might take you and your family!