San Francisco

National Council of Jewish Women San Francisco Section

2000 Van Ness Ave., Suite 411 San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 346-4600 [email protected]

Grassroots social justice organization of individuals of all backgrounds who turn progressive ideas into action. Inspired by Jewish values, members and volunteers work to improve the quality of life for women, children and families, and to safeguard individual rights and freedoms for all.

The San Francisco section has a 118-year history of fostering leadership, advocacy and programing toward eradication of violence, human trafficking, exploitation, discrimination, child neglect and other barriers to individual and community empowerment. In these efforts it partners with social justice groups, legislators, educators, law enforcement and government agencies and utilizes the resources of the national and international networks of this organization.

It is also the co-founder and coordinating agency for the San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking (SFCAHT), a coalition with current membership of over 50 government and nonprofit stakeholders committed to fighting modern-day slavery in the broader Bay Area.