Hadassah Midwest is comprised of Hadassah Chicago-North Shore, Hadassah Great Plains, Hadassah Greater Detroit and Hadassah Upper Midwest regions. That’s a broad range of territory, with chapters across 15 states. Each region and chapter have their own unique character, membership and spirit. But we also work together, joining in our collective mission to further the life-changing and lifesaving work of Hadassah, including medical care and research, women’s empowerment, education, advocacy, Jewish identity, youth development and philanthropy. Our work impacts lives in Israel, the United States and around the world. We are proud to be "The Power of Women Who DO." Join us!
Secretary of State Simon, Minnesota's first Jewish statewide elected official, will discuss expanding access to voting, removing barriers to voting, and voter turnout in the state of Minnesota.
Join us as we welcome author Linda Cohen, who will speak about what it was like to be the daughter of Sarinka, give historical information about the Holocaust and the United States, and discuss research on children of Holocaust survivors.
This year's Summer Camp encompasses "Reimagining Jewish Life", 4 Weds in July. July 7: "Israel Right Now", July 14: "Why American Jews Need Remix Judaism", July 21: "The Universal Appeal of SHTISEL", July 28: "Joyful Sound with Nefesh Mountain".
Rabbi Yair Walton will speak on the new Jewish Family Service (JFS) Startup, the K'vod Center, and locating and connecting older, isolated adults to the Cincinnati Jewish community to provide meaningful moments of social and spiritual connection.
Join us for this timely and informative virtual program, featuring a panel of distinguished representatives of local and national organizations to discuss the unfortunate rise in antisemitism and the steps our local community is taking to combat it.
Join us for another exciting and informative Wellness Wednesday experience in August, where we will learn the most current fashion styles for the upcoming season from Terri Cooper of The Village Boutique in Franklin, Michigan.
Meeting over 6 sessions in 2021. The first book will be "Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family" by Robert Kolker, with a discussion led by Judy Levin. Future books will be chosen in subsequent meetings.