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As an NCJW member and supporter, you make a difference – in your community, in our country, and in Israel – by joining your voice with others to safeguard our rights and improve the quality of life for all women, children, and families. NCJW's local affiliations can be found across the nation, engaging women of diverse backgrounds and skills, thinkers and doers of all ages, who are passionate about repairing the world.

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NCJW California

Connect with the State Public Affairs Chair in this state by contacting NCJW's Washington office, and make an impact on the lives of women, children, and families.


Contra Costa

Founded: 1985

Key Projects:

  • Women's Re-Entry Scholarship Program
  • Shalom Bayit: support for victims of domestic violence 
  • Volunteer program for those living in respite care 

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Long Beach

Key Projects:

  • Hug-packs for foster children
  • Project Shabbat elderly outreach
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Los Angeles

Founded: 1909

Geographic Region Covered:
Greater Los Angeles

Key Projects:

  • Community Mental Health & Supportive Services: Offers high-quality non-crisis psychotherapy to a diverse population of adults, children and families on a generous sliding scale on site and through community and school-based programs. Includes specialized training in mindfulness and self-compassion.
  • Clothing Assistance Project: Provides over 5,000 individuals over 85,000 pieces of clothing through our community Voucher Program and Annual Clothing Giveaway.
  • Adopt-A-Family: Makes a lasting impact on families in Los Angeles by meeting specific needs.
  • Counseling Talkline: Offers emotional support, resources, referrals, and clothing vouchers to people struggling with various life challenges. 877-655-3807
  • Youth Educational Programs & Services: Provides art and literacy programs while teaching the next generation one child at a time through volunteer-based program in schools and community-based programs.
  • Back 2 School Store: Provides children with the necessities to start the school year.
  • Advocacy: Changes lives of women, children and families through grassroots advocacy, training, and awareness through legislative action, salons, and educational programs.
  • Human Trafficking Outreach Project: Building a coalition of volunteers and organizations to implement a state mandated poster programs to help stop human trafficking.
  • The Talk Project: Peer-to-peer sexual violence prevention program in which high school students conduct workshops at high schools and youth groups to raise awareness and prevent sexual violence on high school and college campuses
  • Young Leadership Council: Bringing together like-minded young adults who are passionate about social justice to engage in volunteerism, advocacy, community building, fundraising, and networking.
  • Council Thrift Shops: 8 locations throughout Los Angeles. We have pick-ups and estate packing available as well. 800-400-6259
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543 North Fairfax Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90036
323 651 2930

Founded: 1959

Geographic Region Covered:
Sacramento region

Key Projects:

  • Family Shalom: domestic violence education & support
  • Community projects serving homeless women and low-income families
  • Member events, including luncheons and community-building activities
  • Lectures, events, and discussions focused on local, national or international social issues
  • Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative 

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San Francisco

Key Projects:

  • Jewish Coalition to End Human Trafficking - As a founding organization, NCJW-SF members have been instrumental in bringing the issue of trafficking to the forefront of our community’s thoughts and actions. The Coalition is an educational, advocacy organization that also supports direct service providers in the area of anti-trafficking work.
  • Study Group – a diverse set of intimate programs for members on education and the arts.
  • Campaigns against adverse legislation affecting the Jewish Community, women, children, and families.
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Contact Information:

NCJW San Francisco Section
2000 Van Ness Ave Ste 411 San Francisco, CA 94109-3019
415 346 4600