Following in Mom's Footsteps
In 1992, Rabbi Naamah (Naami) Kelman became the first woman ordained in Israel by the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR). She currently is Dean of the school’s Jerusalem campus.
Hadassah Commends U.S. Decision to Avoid Durban III
Hadassah joins the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations and the Jewish Council for Public Affairs in commending the U.S. State Department decision not to participate in the Durban III Conference scheduled for September 2011 in New York City.
Bridge Over Troubled Land
The Jewish Week
Since Israel was founded, and especially during the Intifada of 2000-2004, Hadassah's Jerusalem hospitals have been known as bridges of peace, where the staff provides its medical expertise equally to people of every religion, nationality and political persuasion.
The Power of A Child's Heart
A Friday Story
ADL Applauds Prime Minister Netanyahu's Address Before Congress
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today applauded Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for reaffirming the close relationship between the United States and Israel, for eloquently describing Israel’s role as the only democracy in the Middle East, and for reiterating Israel’s commitment to negotiating a lasting peace with the Palestinians.
Boston’s Nancy Falchuk Honored By Hadassah
Falchuk, Hadassah National President, to be recognized at gala event
As Nancy Falchuk of Newton nears the end of her four-year tenure as National President of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, Hadassah’s Boston Chapter plans to celebrate her many accomplishments on Thursday, May 19.
Hadassah Announces Major Increase In Lifetime Memberships
24,000 new lifetime memberships have raised more than $2 million
Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, today announced that since January 1, national lifetime membership has increased by 24,023 people, thanks to Hadassah’s Centennial Campaign.
Read President Obama’s remarks at the AIPAC Conference
Largest AIPAC Conference Ever in Washington, D.C.More than 10,000 pro-Israel activists from all 50 states attended the AIPAC Policy Conference 2011 in Washington, D.C., Sunday evening, March 22 through Tuesday, March 24. The theme of the conference was "U.S. and Israel: Better Together." Read more
What do I do when I get home?
A Friday Story
Now I am a Bionic Woman
A Friday Story
Peace, Music, Jerusalem: WUJS Program Offers Life Experience And Helps Realize Career Goals
A Houstonian is spending the next half-year in Israel promoting Israeli-Palestinian coexistence through the medium of music.
Rare Henrietta Szold Archival Film To Be Screened
Anthology Film Archives and the Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York are excited to present this follow-up to last year’s highly successful one-night program of films from the New York area’s diverse community of archives, museums, and libraries.
WUJS Alumni Invitation
A Time to Mourn and A Time to Dance
A Friday Story
For longer than anyone can remember, far longer than the 63 years of the State of Israel we celebrate next week, Hadassah has been part of our landscape, our country, our consciousness.
Hadassah Acknowledges Significance Of Commitment To Birthright Israel
New York Mayor Michael
Bloomberg issued a proclamation on Wednesday declaring May Birthright Israel
Month in New York.
Hadassah Applauds Longtime Volunteer, Staffer, For Being Named Official Beaconlighter
NEW YORK – Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, salutes Barbara Goldstein, deputy director of the Hadassah Office in Israel, for being named by an Israeli Independence Day committee to serve as one of 12 people to light a beacon of hope at Israel’s Independence Day ceremony. Independence Day, Yom Ha’atzmaut, will be celebrated on Monday, May 9 this year.
Joyful Mother Of Children: Part 7
Youth Aliyah Under Henrietta Szold
the end of August 1942 the Youth Aliyah office was thrown into a state of
excitement by the report that 933 Jewish children - attached to a group
of 14,000 Poles - had landed at Pahlevi, the Persian port on the Caspian Sea.
Miss Szold reported:
Harness The Power Of Truth
Imagine living for 65 years not knowing what happened to a family member during the Holocaust and then suddenly discovering the truth in a document you never knew existed.
First Ever "Celebrate Israel Run"
Never doubt that one person can make a difference. We all know this is true – Henrietta Szold did it almost 100 years ago; and following in her footsteps, each of us is making a difference on the national level and in our own units.
Our Nation Remembers the Holocaust
Why do we remember? The President's Commission on the Holocaust states: "Remembering can instill caution, fortify restraint, and protect against future evil or indifference."