Welcome to Hadassah Northeast, home to hearty New Englanders and many New Yorkers. We are best known for cold winters, amazing sports teams and our local accents. Northeasterners are also known for their resilience and ingenuity, and our members are no exception. Our chapters get things done, from organizing events to raising funds and furthering Hadassah’s lifesaving work around the world.
Hadassah Northeast includes Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Upstate New York, and is organized into three regions: Hadassah Boston, Hadassah Northern New England and Hadassah Southern New England. Together, the regions have 46 chapters, and we are 20,000 members strong. Our experienced volunteer leaders work in partnership with a team of professionals who provide support for local events, activities and fundraising to further the life- changing mission of Hadassah. Looking to bring some power, pride and purpose into your life? Join us today.
Sharon Stoughton Chapter: A Season of Giving Virtual Donor Campaign 2021. Rededicate yourself. Your donation helps support HMO, helping to set the standard for medical care & making the world a better place through healing, teaching & research.
Please join us for an in-person (or zoom) Tu B’Shevat Seder and Installation of our Chapter Board. The Tu B’Shevat Seder is an opportunity to enjoy seasonal fruits and nuts as well as celebrate the fruits of our labor on behalf of Hadassah.
Join us as Hadassah Life Member and WHDH-TV 7News Reporter, Kimberly Bookman moderates the book "Susan, Linda, Nina and Cokie: The Extraordinary Story of the Founding Mothers of NPR" by Lisa Napoli. A group biography by four women that fought sexism
Here’s your chance for an up-close look at the exceptional projects of Hadassah! Your guide, Hadassah Northern New England president, Louise Borke, will share her favorite projects and lead you through this special, virtual adventure.
Esther Amini grew up in Queens, during the 1960's. She also grew up in a Persian-Jewish household, the American-born daughter of parents who had fled Mashhad, Iran. In Concealed, she tells the story of being caught between these two worlds.
Join us to learn steps you can take to ensure the schools in your community are providing Holocaust and genocide education. Hear our special guests, Henny Lewin, a Holocaust survivor, as well as Hopkinton High School Jewish educator Steven Spiegel.
A four-part series that examines the Hasidic community, past, present, and future. Facilitated by Janie Garnett, incoming Jewish Education Chair for Hadassah Northern New England. Sessions meet on Sundays 4- 5:30 pm on Nov 21, Dec 19, Jan 16 & Feb 6.