There are many ways to get involved with NCJW NY! Join us as a member, take part in our important advocacy work, and volunteer to give back to the community!

MEMBERSHIP

NCJW NY AdvocacyBy becoming a member, you are able to:

Join a compassionate and courageous community of like-minded individuals working towards social justice and systemic change.

Take action with us! Whether it’s volunteering with our children’s literacy program, serving meals to the hungry, or advocating in the halls of Congress and Albany, there is something for everyone!

Add your voice and amplify the progressive agenda at federal, state, and local levels.

Sustain critical programs and advocacy efforts that impact our community.

Attend special member-only events.

Learn and grow through Council Lifetime Learning courses.

Receive monthly NCJW NY updates and Quarterly Bulletins.

Keep growing and learning. Attend Council Lifetime Learning classes and discussion groups.

JOIN NOW

For more information, contact us at 212-687-5030 or via email.

ADVOCACY

PlannedParenthoodRosenthalNCJW NY works fiercely on a host of progressive issues that improve the quality of life for women, children and families. Our advocacy initiatives include:

Immigration and Refugee Rights 

Reproductive Rights and Justice

Hunger and Nutrition

Combatting Sex Trafficking 

Join our Advocacy Leadership Committee and lend your talents to our critical work! Contact us at 212-687-5030 or via email.

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS INCLUDE:

Get involvedCouncil Lifetime Learning, provides enrichment and support for isolated seniors

Children’s Literacy Program, develops literacy skills for disadvantaged students

Back 2 School Store, completely  outfits low income children with everything they need to go back to school with pride and enthusiasm

Food Pantry and Community Kitchen, feeds hungry New Yorkers with nutritious foods in a warm and dignified environment

Pregnancy Loss and Support Program, provides comfort and validation for families who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, or newborn death

Helen Bloom LINC Program, provides a safe and stimulating environment for elders dealing with memory loss, along with their caregivers.

And more…

Contact us at 212-687-5030 or via email to learn about more opportunities. We need you in our important work!