Good news! Ayelet Tours Provides Discounts for Flights to Convention in Israel
Hadassah's Centennial Convention tour operator, Ayelet Tours, has announced new special discounts for flights to Convention in Israel: $50 off per seat for any published EL AL Israel Airlines coach fare and $100 off per seat for any available Business Class fare. Departures to Israel between October 8 and October 14, 2012, are eligible for the discounts.
Hadassah Foundation Awards Fourth Annual Bernice S. Tannenbaum Award To Israeli High Tech Innovator
The Hadassah Foundation this week presented its Bernice S. Tannenbaum Award to Ifat Baron, the founder and Executive Director of IT Works, an Israeli nonprofit. The prize honors an outstanding young female leader who has advanced the status of women and girls in Israel or the United States.
More From Andi Kron, a Hadassah Member, Spending the Year Volunteering At Hadassah Neurim
Check out Andi Kron's latest report for our Youth Aliyah Village as another school year comes to a successful close.
A Patient-Centered Pair
Changes and Challenges at Hadassah
In a lengthy and thorough assessment of Hadassah's present and future, Jewish Week (June 19, 2012) asks, Can Hadassah, At 100, Go Virtual? The reporter looks at the organization's current successes and future challenges, and interviews Hadassah members, new and old.
Hadassah Magazine Biggest Winner of Jewish Press Awards for Excellence
Hadassah Magazine Sweeps American Jewish Press Association Awards.
Israeli Cabinet Minister Visits Alma Mater Hadassah Neurim
On Tuesday, June 19, Moshe Kahlon , Minister of Communications and Minister of Welfare and Social Services visited Hadassah Neurim, where he graduated in 1978.
Hadassah Announces Sale of its Building
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with BOB 57 LLC for the sale of its building at 50 West 58th Street for the sum of $71.5 million.
Continue Support for Contraception Access
This month marked 47 years since the U.S. Supreme Court decided Griswold v. Connecticut, affirming a woman's right to contraception and paving the way for reproductive rights more broadly. However—nearly half a century later—the debate over contraception access is increasingly contentious.
Hadassah Urges Peace Over Divestment
Hadassah joins the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) in supporting the "Letter in Hope" and encourages Hadassah Members, Associates and supporters to join the effort. The "Letter in Hope" urges the Presbyterian Church (USA) to support peace and reject the proposed resolution calling for divestment from three companies doing business with Israel
Andi Kron, a Hadassah Member, Spending the Year Volunteering At Hadassah Neurim
Check out Andi's latest photos.
Art at Hadassah
Thousands of works of art enhance the public spaces and grounds
of Hadassah’s hospitals at Ein Kerem and Mount Scopus. Their
presence provides a
Hadassah at the UN
Hadassah leaders recently attended a film screening and roundtable discussion of Cambodia: A Quest for Justice, presented by the Simon Weisenthal Museum of Tolerance, The Holocaust and United Nations Outreach Programme and United Nations Department of Public Information.
Cincinnati Chapter Hosts Prof. Dr. Yoel Donchin at Dessert Reception
Over the past week, Dr. Donchin and Circus Mojo Founder Paul Miller have been giving presentations at the Hadassah Chapter of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, and the Metropolitan Club to politicians, bankers, economic developers, and business executives about the benefits of medical clowning and circus wellness for patients, staff, doctors, nurses, and families.
Stamford, CT Centennial Celebration Takes Henrietta to a Yummy Spot
Read how one chapter creatively puts Henrietta Szold into a neighborhood restaurant for more than the Centennial year. Wonder what her special dish will be?
The Fight for Pay Equity Goes On
Hadassah Members, Associates, and supporters were among thousands of Americans who made phone calls and sent letters about the Paycheck Fairness Act. These efforts helped garner several new co-sponsors, but ultimately the bill fell short of the necessary 60 votes to overcome a filibuster. On a party-line vote, 52 Senators voted for cloture (allowing the bill to proceed), while 47 opposed it.
Nurses Honored in Connecticut Region
The Connecticut Region of Hadassah honors their nurses, in recognition of their outstanding excellence in upholding the skills, caring, altruism, integrity and compassion of the profession of nursing and the selfless spirit of volunteerism, thus fostering the ideals and values that have exemplified Hadassah for 100 years.
Youth Aliyah Eishet Hayil graduates meet with Marlene Post in Abbell Synagogue
The Graduates of the Eishet Hayil program from all three of our Youth Aliyah villages came to Jerusalem, with Etti Serok, the Director of the program, and met with Past president Marlene Post. Mazal Tov to all!
Mazal Tov to Ramat Hadassah Szold High(RHS) School Graduates
How exciting that 6 years after its creation, 56% of the RHS Charlotte Jacobson High School graduates will go on to the IDF and college with Matriculation certificates. And that is 8% higher than the National Average!!!
Senate Votes on Pay Equity Tomorrow
A vote on the Paycheck Fairness Act is expected in the coming weeks, so your Senators need to hear from you now! For the next 48 hours, Hadassah and its coalition partners have joined forces for collective call-in days. Women and men from across the country are making their voices heard, bombarding the Senate with a strong, unequivocal message—America's women deserve equal pay!