Women's Philanthropy

Knowledge and Nosh: Israel at 70: What about the Women? Part 2

shushanMonday, October 8, 2018
Noon - 1:30 pm
The Center for Women
1620 Murray Avenue, 1st Floor, Squirrel Hill


Join us for a fascinating discussion on Nivcharot, a group of ultra-orthodox (Haredi) women, working to end women segregation and equal representation in the Knesset. The program will be led by Esty Shushan, founder, and Co-CEO of the Nivcharot Organization.  

Questions? Contact Judy Cohen at jcohen@jwfpgh.org, Samantha Dye at sdye@ncjwpgh.org, or Rachel Lipkin at rlipkin@jfedpgh.org

The Rayah Fund: Bringing Israeli Women’s Voices to America
In partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh

Jewish Federation of Greater PittsburghNational Council of Jewish WomenJewish Women's Foundation       Israel at 70

Knowledge & Nosh

Knowledge & Nosh is a new program created in partnership with Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, the National Council of Jewish Women, and the Jewish Women’s Foundation, with the idea of creating fun and unique lunchtime programming for our women. We plan to hold three programs a year and will focus on a variety of topics. 


For more information, please contact Rachel Lipkin, Director of Women's Philanthropy, at 412.992.5227 or rlipkin@jfedpgh.org.


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Previous Events

On December 5, 2017 at The Center for Women, Women's Philanthropy's Ladies Who Lunch joined in a discussion with The Global Minds Initiative and Jewish Family and Community Services of Pittsburgh on their work to help solve the refugee crisis.

If you would like to learn more about Ladies Who Lunch, contact Rachel Lipkin at rlipkin@jfedpgh.org or 412-992-5227.


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