Welcome to Seattle Hadassah! Whether you’re an existing member and new to the Seattle area, a brand-new member, or thinking about joining, we invite you to explore all that Seattle Hadassah has to offer. We are "The Power of Women Who Do"!
Welcome to Seattle Hadassah!
We are diverse, fun, and welcoming! Seattle Hadassah has a wide range of activities for many interests and backgrounds. While we’re having fun, learning, and advancing health, we’re also connecting with other Jewish women, creating change through advocacy, and providing vital support for Hadassah Hospital’s #1 priority: Research in Service to Humanity.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-467-9099 to be connected with our membership team. Give us the opportunity to extend a special Seattle Hadassah welcome!
Hadassah: the Power of Women who DO!
Seattle Hadassah invites you and your friends to join us for two events
Thursday, August 10th
New & Prospective Members Reception, 6 - 7 p.m. (Wine and hors d’oeuvres) Stroum Jewish Community Center Makom Room
RSVP to Ettie at email@example.com
followed by the encore presentation of “The Women’s Balcony” 7:30 p.m., SJCC Auditorium
Click on link to buy tickets:
Movie review in Hadassah Magazine:
Looking forward to seeing you!
Gillian Witus, Membership VP
Ettie Davis, Membership Outreach
We encourage you to send in tributes honoring and remembering our treasured members. When a new baby is born, for B’Nai Mitzvot, birthdays, and beloved memories, Hadassah has designed beautiful selections for you to utilize. Ordering Tributes is easy! You can:
- Use the convenient link:
You can also use the DONATE button near the top right of this page and then select "Other Ways to Give/Designate Your Gift."
Please Remember to Use Our New Mailing AddressThis is our new address for all SEATTLE corresondence:
140 Lakeside Avenue, Suite A, #36Seattle, Washington 98122-6538 Our office phone number remains -- 425-467-9099.
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Seattle & Sister City Be'er Sheva invite us to the Bellevue Arts Museum!
February 5, 2017Bellevue Arts Museum 510 Bellevue Way NE 98004
See what's new in arts & design from Seattle to Israel as Seattle and Sister City Be'er Sheva host the exhibit "Electric Coffin". Join us on February 5th from 1-3 PM as Israeli curator Jennifer Navva Milliken explores connections between Seattle and Tel Aviv's vibrant design cultures. Jennifer will be joined by Education Director Eileen Herbert. The exhibit urges us to consider the role of art and design in technology and society. Whatever your tastes in art, you'll love the bold use of symbol, color and metaphor. Kosher refreshments will be hosted by Hadassah's Beer Sheva Group. Free parking provided in the garage below the museum. RSVP at the e-mail address below. Free admission. Men are welcome at this event!
Advisor to the Board
VP, Social Media
VP, Corresponding Secretary
Susan Glicksberg Rogers
President, BeerSheva Group
Cathy Reiner Godwin
Liaison, Redmond Ridge Group