North Bay

Jewish Women International

Chapter 1130–Tamar Marin Chapter, San Rafael
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President Dara Moskowitz [email protected]

Organization empowering women and girls through economic literacy, community training, healthy relationship education and the proliferation of women’s leadership. Innovative programs, advocacy and philanthropic initiatives protect the fundamental rights of all girls and women to live in safe homes, thrive in healthy relationships and realize the full potential of their personal strength.

Designs innovative programs to protect the security of women and girls, from healthy relationship education for teens to economic literacy for women of every age. Provides critical resources and training — delivered through national and local forums that empower professionals, advocates and clergy — to end domestic violence and protect the fundamental rights of women.

At the grassroots level, at the United Nations and on Capitol Hill, the advocacy agenda is centered on violence prevention and reproductive rights. Engages Jewish women in grassroots efforts, working with their members of Congress through a national advocacy network. Philanthropic initiatives reflect a commitment to transform at-risk young lives into healthy, productive futures. A 60-year relationship with the Jerusalem Hills Children’s Home represents an investment in a partnership that anchors a commitment to Israel and its most fragile citizens. Celebrates women’s achievements, inspiring the next generation of leaders.