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Our Groups

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The Greater Atlanta Hadassah chapter of Hadassah is comprised of six groups. Although the chapter sponsors a number of projects – including the “Check It Out®” breast health awareness and education program for teens and the Marian F. Perling Chesed Student Awards –  most of our day-to-day activities are conducted on the group level.

Greater Atlanta Hadassah women, while members of the chapter, are actively involved in one or more of the groups around the metro area.  Our groups are roughly organized according to age and location, though all members are welcome at any chapter or group meeting. No matter your preference, at least one of Greater Atlanta Hadassah’s groups is right for you.

ETZ AVIV– The Etz Aviv group is comprised of working women, in and out of the home, who enjoy fantastic friendship and fun. The group draws from the North as well as from East and West Cobb areas. These include Marietta, Woodstock, Kennesaw, Acworth, Canton and even one member from Dallas, GA. We meet late Sunday mornings or in the evening, except for our noontime nosh book club, which meets at 10 am.

HEALTH PROFESSIONALS (HP) – The Health Professionals group has members who hail from all over metro Atlanta and range in age from 24 to 65 plus. Our members are affiliated with the health professions as nurses, physicians, pharmacists, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, public health workers, radiology technologists, social workers, electrologists, dental hygienists and professionals in other allied health fields. Our programs are health oriented and timely with member or guest speakers sharing their expertise and experiences on health issues of interest to our members.

KETURA– The Ketura group of women reside mainly from metro Atlanta's Northern Arc including:  Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Doraville, Northeast Atlanta, Buckhead, East Cobb, and Buckhead. Ketura projects include Mitzvah Day, knitting and crocheting for a local women’s shelter, theater nights, cooking classes, and monthly day and evening book groups. Evening, Sunday functions and some weekdays. All Ages.  

METULLA– The Metulla group consists of members, residing in Dunwoody, Roswell, Norcross, Alpharetta, Duluth, Cumming and Suwanee. Programs are held in the daytime, evenings and Sundays. Its programming is varied and includes Mitzvah Day, gift wrapping during the Christmas holiday season, Book Review Club, cooking classes, theater outings, speakers, making toys for hospitalized children, and an annual luncheon celebrating Hadassah goals. Daytime, evening and Sunday functions. Ages 45+

MOUNT SCOPUS – The Mount Scopus group includes women living mostly in Northeast Atlanta: Toco Hills, Intown, Decatur, Northlake and Stone Mountain. It has evening programs, which include guest speakers on timely informative topics of interest to women of all ages and backgrounds. There is a monthly evening Jewish study group lead by the best Jewish educators in Atlanta. The book discussion group meets monthly in the afternoons. We help run the Greater Atlanta Agalgalim program, a Mommy and Me program for 3-5 year olds, to teach parents and children about Jewish holidays and traditions.  We present fun events such as our Fab Film Fest in member’s homes. For more information contact

MOUNT SCOPUS DAY  –  The Mount Scopus Day group is an offshoot of the Mount Scopus group. It is generally for more senior members, who meet quarterly for lunch and a program.

NES HARIM –  Started in 1995, the Nes Harim group has grown to to over 400 members. Embracing diversity has brought women - married, single, working, stay at home - from Atlanta's northern arc (Dunwoody, Sandy Spings, Alpharetta, Roswell, Duluth, East Cobb, and Norcross) to attend, participate and take on leadership roles. Events include social, educational, and advocacy programming, Girls' Night Out, couples and family events, book clubs, playgroups, and more. To contact us, email your information to

ASSOCIATES – The Hadassah Associates are men, who in partnership with Hadassah women, help raise funds to support Hadassah. They first were organized in 1966 and now are 26,000 strong nationally. The 130+ Atlanta Associates do not have a formalized group, but hold periodic special events and are also actively involved within the various groups.

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