Thursday, July 26th
Registration begins at 6:30pm
Come enjoy drinks & desserts with your friends and
play Bunco... the easiest game to learn.
Great raffle items to bid on as well!
Registration at 6:30pm
Tournament begins at 7:00pm sharp
$30 per person!
Register by July 21st!
To pre-register online, click on the DONATE button:
For questions, call 402-699-4602 or email
The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) Nebraska funds many community service projects that directly benefit the children in our community and schools. Our most well-known project is Mini-Grants for Teachers providing grant money to public school teachers for innovative and creative classroom projects that are not funded by school budgets.
We are a 501c3 organization and will provide our federal tax number for your records.
WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE OUR EFFORTS GO EVEN FURTHER!
Your Donor support is crucial to strengthen our programs and community outreach.
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Thank you for your generous donations to NCJW Nebraska through Omaha Gives! It allows us to continue to support women, children, and families!
THANK YOU to all our members and friends who donated winter clothing to our Keep Them Warm Drive. We had an amazing amount of gear. We sorted and packed gloves, mittens, scarves, hats, and over 20 new coats that will keep students warm this winter. On January 17, we took the clothing to three Omaha schools. Castelar Elementary, Jackson Elementary, and Liberty Elementary were all very excited to receive 3-4 large bags each. Special thanks to Patty Nogg and family. Instead of exchanging gifts, her holiday guests were encouraged to bring winter clothes for the schools. And they came through! Keep Them Warm was a great success!
This winter drive is on-going! If you would like to donate new and gently used winter gear for grades K-6th, please contact Jen Koom at 402-699-4602.
NCJW OMAHA SECTION
The Board of National Council of Jewish Women Omaha Section would like to announce our new name. Reflecting on our diverse and growing outreach to our communities, NCJW has now become NCJW Nebraska. As noted by Becki Brenner, Section President, “this opportunity allows the Section to focus on a state wide agenda and broaden our membership to include other Nebraska communities.” Brenner noted that this change allows the Section to engage in advocacy work more broadly and be better able to dialogue with elected representatives at a state wide level. Moving forward, NCJW Nebraska will begin a process of strategic realignment and through thoughtful listening and communication, be better prepared for the future of the organization.
Save the Dates
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - Omaha Gives!
NCJW Nebraska was honored to host the documentary The Weight of Honor. It was very thought provoking about family members who care for wounded veterans. We have plans to support a caregiver in the Omaha area. More info will be following.
Less than 1% of Americans are actively serving in the United States Armed Forces. As a result, the lives and stories of our post 9/11 catastrophically wounded veterans and their family caregivers are almost entirely unseen and unheard of in civilian America. See the trailer below:
We believe everyone should know about these families after the war! Our goal is to spread the word and celebrate these unsung, extraordinary caregivers and their families by bringing The Weight of Honor to as many people as possible. Our approach is to engage local communities, reach out to universities and organizations, attend film festivals, join related events, and host special screenings.
NCJW’s Mini-Grant project provides money to Omaha Public School teachers for creative and innovative classroom projects that are not funded by school budgets. If you would like to apply for a mini-grant for the coming year, please contact Kate Kirshenbaum at email@example.com or 402-334-8541.
The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) 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.
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