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Click here to stay informed and be empowered with NCJW’s activities, news and advocacy resources. Read current issues of NCJW’s Washington Weekly Newsletter, Capital Hill Updates, NCJW In The News and eJournal.

HOLIDAY GIFTS FROM NCJW

At holiday time Bergen County Section collects small gifts and gift cards for the children and families served by our community services and coalition partners, Including Center for Hope and …

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WRAPPING GIFTS TO HELP OTHERS

NCJW volunteers Henrietta Wolfeiler and Ann Levenstein wrap holiday gifts at Barnes & Noble.  Tips help support the work of the  Center for Hope and Safety , an organization dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence in …

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CELEBRATING 95 YEARS WITH OUR STAY AT HOME BALL

We look forward to you, our devoted and dedicated members, to make this year’s Stay At Home Celebration the best ever! Remember:  If you increase your annual gift by any amount, …

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PLEASE JOIN US AT VIGIL TO #END GUN VIOLENCE

NCJW BCS is proud to be a co-sponsor of this event, which honors victims of gun violence. When: December 17 at 4 pm. Where: Central Unitarian Church, 156 Forrest Avenue …

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Study group The Global Refugee Crisis: Why People Leave

STUDY GROUP:  TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2018 Riverside Mall Conference Center – 1:00 p.m. The Global Refugee Crisis: Why People Leave What is happening that so many people are fleeing their homelands …

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