Henrietta Szold Inducted Into National Women's Hall of Fame
Hadassah founder posthumously honored in Seneca Falls, home of women's rights movement
Nearly 150 years after her birth and more than 60 years after her death, Henrietta Szold, founder of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame (NWHF), yesterday in Seneca Falls, NY, the birthplace of the American women's rights movement.
Hadassah Members Attend Rally Against President of Iran
A sea of red Hadassah tee-shirts were visible at today's Conference of Presidents/UJC rally against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the United Nations, which some 100 members of Hadassah attended.
Hadassah Women Become Hokies for a Weekend
Southern Seaboard Region Travels to Virginia Tech to Support Students
In the shadow of the September 11th anniversary, Hadassah leaders acknowledged another American tragedy this past weekend when they traveled to Blacksburg, Virginia to give comfort to Jewish students as they begin the new academic year at Virginia Tech.
Hadassah Provides Free Hebrew Classes to Darfur Refugees In Arad
Darfur refugees living in the Southern city of Arad began free Hebrew ulpan classes this week, courtesy of WUJS Arad, Hadassah’s post-university study program.
Cooperation the Answer to Mid East's Environmental Issues
Hadassah-Sponsored UN Workshop Explores Opportunities for Working Together to Defeat Challenges Presented by Global Warming and Water Shortages
Global environmental issues, which also specifically affect the Middle East, offer opportunities for cooperation between Israel and its neighbors, according to an environmental researcher and scientist working on the ground in Israel.
Arava Institute for Environmental Studies Spotlighted at UN
Workshop Sponsored by Hadassah Looks at Jordan River Water Usage and Rights
A model of environmental cooperation in the Middle East will be front and center at the upcoming 60th Annual DPI/NGO Conference at the United Nations, Wednesday, September 5-Friday, September, 7.
Young Judaea Year Course Increases 25 Percent Over Last Year
Three new tracks give participants widest choice ever for meaningful Israel experience
When the 382 U.S. and Canadian participants in the 2007-2008 Young Judaea Year Course program leave for Israel at the end of the month, they will constitute the largest class ever and one that is an impressive 25 percent bigger than last year’s.
Hadassah Members from Atlanta Push Fundraising Goal Over the Top
Take a Stand!, Hadassah’s fundraising/advocacy program for young women, reached its initial three-year goal of $1 million in just two years – in a most unusual, and dramatic way – at Hadassah’s recent national convention held in New York City.
Hadassah Honors Four Chapters/Regions with IZAIA Award
Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, recently recognized two chapters and two regions with its third annual Israel, Zionist, and International Affairs (IZAIA) Award for Study, Advocacy, and Action.
Hadassah Honors Nassau Region with American Affairs Award
The Nassau Region of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, was awarded the National American Affairs/Domestic Policy Award at the organization’s 93rd National Convention in New York, New York. Cherie Feinberg and Professor Annette Labovitz organized the winning program.
Hadassah Honors Outstanding Jewish Education Units
Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, has honored five local chapters with the Hannah L. Goldberg Award, recognizing their outstanding group-study programs in Jewish education.
Hadassah Honors Robert L. Hopp with 2006-2007 Outstanding Associate Award
Robert L. Hopp, from Great Neck, New York, was named the 2006-2007 Outstanding Associate, the highest honor awarded to an Associate for exceptional service. The award was presented to Hopp at the 93rd National Convention of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, in New York, New York.
Hadassah Honors Two Outstanding Leaders with the Judith Epstein Memorial Award
Dafna Michaelson of the Desert-Mountain Region and Deborah Wiskind of the Westchester Region were awarded the Judith Epstein Memorial Award at the organization’s 93rd National Convention in New York, NY.
Hadassah Leadership Academy Alumnae Association Awards Cynthia Kramer the HLA Distinguished Alumna Award
Cynthia Kramer, of St. Louis, Missouri, was awarded the Hadassah Leadership Academy (HLA) Distinguished Alumna Award, the highest recognition the HLA Alumnae Association gives its members. The award was created to honor an HLA graduate who demonstrates leadership, service, and significant achievements that benefit Hadassah and the recipient’s local community. It was presented at the 93rd National Convention of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, in New York, New York.
Hadassah Announces $164 Million Raised Toward Construction of Sarah Wetsman Davidson Inpatient Tower at Hadassah Medical Center
Inspired by its historical imperative to build the land of Israel and the medical and educational infrastructure of Jerusalem, Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, today announced that it had raised $164 million toward the construction of the new Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower on the campus of Hadassah Medical Center in Ein Kerem.
Hadassah Elects Nancy Falchuk, of Newton Center, MA, New National President
24th National President Comes From Background of Zionism, Medicine, and Volunteerism
Nancy Falchuk of Newton Center, MA, was elected this week as National President of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, at the organization’s annual National Convention, just concluded in New York City.
Mayor Bloomberg Receives Hadassah's Highest Honor
The Honorable Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor of the City of New York, this week received the Henrietta Szold Award at the 93rd National Convention of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, just concluded in New York City. Szold, the founder of Hadassah, was a Jewish-American patriot, a fervent Zionist, and a great humanitarian; in October, she will be posthumously inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, NY.
Hadassah Successfully Preserves Hope for Fertility in Young Girls Facing Chemotherapy
Physicians at the Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem have devised a breakthrough method for extending the fertility of the youngest cancer patients. Using the same process devised for adult female cancer patients, a multi-disciplinary medical team has succeeded in harvesting and freezing eggs from the ovarian tissue of young girls about to undergo chemotherapy, giving them hope of preserving their fertility.
Star-Studded Business Forum on Israel in New York City
Opening event of 93rd Hadassah National Convention
A star-studded line-up of CEOs and entrepreneurs working in and with Israel will be the centerpiece of an Israel-US Business Forum, in New York City, Sunday, July 15, at an opening event of the 93rd National Hadassah Convention.
93rd National Hadassah Convention Set for New York City
Annual opportunity for Jewish women to connect with each other and Israel takes place July 15-18
The pressing issues facing us as Jewish citizens of the U.S. and the world is the focus of this year’s annual national convention of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, to be held in New York, July 15-18, 2007.