Stretching from Washington state to Southern California, to the Gulf of Mexico up to the Canadian border — and including Alaska and Hawaii — Hadassah West encompasses fifteen states across five distinctive regions: Hadassah Greater Southwest, Hadassah Desert-Mountain, Hadassah Pacific Northwest, Hadassah Central Pacific Coast and Hadassah Southern California. While each region draws on their local communities to retain their unique strengths, they also partner together with the national organization.
We share a deep commitment to Hadassah's core missions and values. We are over 42,000 members strong with more than 65 chapters and 100 groups who cater to women of diverse backgrounds, ages, experiences and interests. Whatever your interest, you’ll find many ways to engage with us. Our volunteer leaders work alongside a team of professionals who provide support for events, activities, philanthropy and communications. Our chapters and groups are known for their independent and adventuresome spirit, but we all work together as a team to move mountains supporting Hadassah’s vital work in Israel and around the world. Join us!
Celebrate the merger of two fabulous Hadassah Chapters as we install the officers of the 2023 board and dedicate the new Chapter, Hadassah Greater Denver. There's free parking and lovely refreshments!
We will have a docent-led tour of the miniature museum, which will include seeing displays with Chanukah decorations in some of the homes. Refreshments will be served at the Installation of Officers, following the tour, in a separate meeting room.
This is a free online gathering of Bay Area Jewish women, Congregation B'nai Israel, and Chabad Solano. Program includes several guest speakers, a Hadassah moment, roundtable gathering and activities.
We are delighted to host Gerry Aitken, who will speak on CONTEMPORARY JEWISH ARTISTS providing an overview of works from the Museum of Fine Arts. Some of the art will be traditional and familiar and others avant-garde and surprising.
West Valley Community Chanukkah Candle Lighting with Tikvah-West Valley Hadassah Potluck Dinner to follow, spouses encouraged to attend. Please reach out to Judy with the potluck item you plan to bring (kosher-style).
At our Women Who Do luncheon, we are proud to honor Barbara Bronstein, Founder and President of Second Servings of Houston, Houston’s only perishable food rescue organization. We look forward to seeing you at this special event.
Join Kesher Oak’s book club for a discussion of People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks. Event will be in-person and outside in Oakland. Address will be provided with registration. BYO beverages, Comfy’s and snacks!
Our very own cookbook! Some of the recipes are treasured Jewish family keepsakes. Some are from many friends and members that reflect their love of family and cooking. They submitted over 100 recipes which we combined into this amazing cookbook.