The National Council of Jewish Women is a volunteer organization that has been at the forefront of social change for over a century. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW courageously takes a progressive stance on issues such as child welfare, women’s rights, and reproductive freedom.
For over a century, NCJW has been at the forefront of social change. NCJW members and supporters are outspoken champions for progressive policies at the federal, state and local levels. Over the years, NCJW's collective voice has changed the world for the better — impacting the lives of women, children and families in the United States and Israel.
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Over 75 wonderful women attended this year's Opening Meeting. There was delicious food and a lively discussion about the Sacramento Section’s activities. A special treat was the presentation by NCJW members, Lydia Inghram (NCJW past president), Jamie Goldstene and Sheila Wolfe, who are creating Solomon’s Delicatessen, a space for community within a traditional Jewish deli in downtown Sacramento.
Founder's Day Celebration
Save the Date: April 8, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Plates, 114 Business Park Way, Sacramento, CA 95828
Highlights: May 21, 2017
This year we celebrated our Sacramento Section's Unsung Heroines Sharon Cohen, Bonnie Penix and Dale Shaw with a Tribute. It was a large gathering at Casa Gardens featuring special guest speaker, Deborah Ortiz, Director of Opening Doors, a refugee resettlement and anti-human trafficking agency. More>
Lobby Day 2017
May 1st - 2nd
Sacramento Section's Fashion Show Fundraiser
Nicole, Joan, Eileen, Katia and Wendy at the April Fashion Fundraiser
National Convention 2017
Mitzvah in a Minute
November 5, 2017
Many hands make light work: Sunday Peanut Butter and Jelly
A multi-generational group had fun and completed more than 100 sack lunches in an hour for the River City Food Bank.
April 23, 2017
Three to four refugee families arrive in Sacramento every week with only suitcases in hand. NCJW volunteers put our mission into action by collecting basic household goods for these families. We donated these items to Opening Doors, a local organization supporting refugees with restarting their lives in our local community. You can volunteer with Opening Doors or donate additional items by going to their website.