Women are making a bigger difference than ever before. Through fundraising, volunteer work, and advocacy, we are using our collective strength to address the issues we hold close to our hearts. By taking action in our own names, we build a legacy of tzedakah (righteousness) and tikkun olam (repairing the world). We set a shining example for others to follow, now and for future generations. Your gift is your voice. It allows you to stand up and be counted as an individual. When you make a gift to the UJA Annual Campaign in your own name, you demonstrate that you accept personal responsibility for the welfare of the local and global Jewish community. You become a role model to your family and other women, inspiring them to make a difference in others’ lives. There’s a place for you here, no matter where your life and career have taken you. Add your voice to ours and see what a difference you can make. Welcome to Women’s Philanthropy!
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The Lions of Judah are the most dynamic philanthropic Jewish women in the world. We are women of all ages, an international sisterhood of thousands of global activists who care deeply about the Jewish future.
The Pomegranate is a symbol of a woman’s commitment to and compassion for the Jewish people. This giving level represents the best of what Federation does – bringing together like-minded donors to do a world of good.
A mission with Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ is a life-changing opportunity to witness and be inspired by the role every Jew can play in supporting the continuation of the Jewish people. Whether on a trip to Israel, Cuba, Ukraine, Italy or Argentina, there are few experiences that can match the lasting impact and intense experience of a mission.
January 29, 2019
I had the opportunity to participate in the International Lion of Judah Conference in Hollywood, Florida this month and it was truly memorable.
December 12, 2018
Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ has launched Lions’ Leap to raise funds to renovate the Arad Music Conservatory in one of federation’s partner towns.