Welcome to the Tampa Ameet Chapter!



Welcome to Hadassah – the place to make a difference. Whether you are looking for a social network, an opportunity to volunteer or just a connection to Judaism here in the Tampa Bay Area or in Israel, you've come to the right place and we are so glad you found us! Please return and visit us often.

Please check our website often for updated information on what we are doing and how you can join us on this important journey. Information about meetings, events and special interest group activities, as well as a "Help Wanted Section" will keep you updated on what you can do to get involved.

If you are already a member, thank you for making a difference. If you are not yet a member, please consider joining us to make your voice heard in helping Hadassah and Israel to make the world a better place for everyone! Remember, if everyone does a little, a lot gets done!   Check here frequently and see what interests you. We look forward to meeting you soon.




Congratulations to Elaine Viders on being Tampa Ameet's Myrtle Wreath Award recipient. Thank you to all the members, associates and friends who attended our great event.  



Featured Pages

  • Where is Henrietta?
  • Did you know that Henrietta Szold travels all over the world? She is on her way to Brazil with Luise Burman and to Australia with Sharon Cross. She will be traveling to Arizona and Las Vegas and many other parts of the country and world in the weeks to come. Continue to view this page to see where she is and to see pictures of her in the many places she will be traveling to.

National News

  • Support Fair Pay for Women & Families
  • Women make 77 cents to a man’s dollar and a single mother of two working full-time at minimum-wage is living nearly $4,000 below the federal poverty line. America’s women and families are worth more and they deserve better!
  • Building Bridges to Peace through Medicine
  • The rationale for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel is based on generalities—many of them uninformed—about how different populations live, work, study, and co-exist in the region.

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