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.

A Faith in the Future. A Belief in Action.

Wish List Box

HOLIDAY GIFT COLLECTION
For many years Bergen County Section has collected gifts at holiday time for the children and families served by our community services and coalition partners. We work with the YCS Holley Center, Women’s Rights Information Center, Alternatives to Domestic Violence, Center for Hope and Safety and HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents of Pre-School Youngsters) to enhance the holidays for their clients. This year we will also be helping families from Jewish Family Services. These gifts take many forms from Target gift certificates ($10 each) to toys and clothing. HIPPY requests unwrapped gifts suitable for preschoolers. If you would like to be a part of this “feel good“ experience, bring your gifts to Game Day on November 17 or to our Open Board meeting on December 8 or give them to a friend who’s on the board. Evalyn Brownstein, teaneckeab@gmail.com and Edie Kaplan, ediekaplan@gmail.com, are the contacts for HIPPY. For more information, contact Henrietta Wolfeiler, b.wolfeiler3@verizon.net, (201) 996-0932.

HOLLEY CENTER BIRTHDAY CAKES
Every boy and girl at Holley Center receives a birthday cake delivered by a member of NCJW BCS.  If you have never signed up and would like to put a happy smile on the face of a child at Holley, contact Addie Rudin, 201-585-1928, addie.rudin@gmail.com.

StoP
We are collecting discarded cell phones and personal products for the residents of the shelter. Contact Henrietta Wolfeiler, 201-996-0932b.wolfeiler3@verizon.net.

CENTER FOR FOOD ACTION
There is a dire need for food in our community.
Donate at 192A West Demarest Ave., Englewood. Or go to www.cfanj.org.

BERGEN COUNTY SHELTER
Small toiletries needed for the residents.
Contact Sabina Sicklick, sabinasicklick@yahoo.com, 201-342-3671.