Welcome to this week's edition of Hadassah@Home, our new email detailing ways you can connect with Hadassah from the safety and comfort of your own home.
We hope that in this strange new normal, these online programs are a help to you. During difficult times, Hadassah women have forged a sense of community that keeps us strong, giving us the means to not only sustain one another but heal others in the US, Israel and around the world. By following CDC guidelines and minimizing in-person contact, we are helping heal the world together. Let’s stay strong and stay connected.
Join Us Online:
- Tonight (Wed. March 25) at 7:00 pm EDT: Online Magazine Discussion: "Struggling with Infertility." Hear Hadassah Magazine Executive Editor Lisa Hostein in conversation with Amy Klein about her new book, The Trying Game: Get Through Fertility Treatment and Get Pregnant Without Losing Your Mind.
- Get the Facts: Listen to "Understanding Coronavirus," a Q&A with a Hadassah member and infectious disease specialist who separates fact from fiction.
- Hadassah Podcast Host on TV: Watch journalist Dina Kraft, host of Hadassah’s popular podcast The Branch, in conversation with Stephanie Butnick, host of the Unorthodox podcast. Watch it stream on the Jewish Broadcasting Service TV, tonight at 1:00 am EDT, Wednesday at 2:00 pm, Saturday at 8:00 pm and Sunday at 2:00 am.
- Live Hadassah Briefing with Israel's Ambassador to the United States: Join us and Ambassador Ron Dermer for a special online conversation about Israel’s response to COVID-19 and its impact on the formation of the next government. Register now and join us Monday, March 30 at 4:00 pm EDT. Please submit questions in advance on the registration page.
- Listen and learn: Controversies in Pediatric Vaccination: A Jewish Approach. An online symposium presented by the Hadassah Greater Kansas City Physicians Council, open to all members.
- Be Inspired: Watch one of our new videos documenting the incredible work being done by Hadassah in Israel in the fight against coronavirus.
- Share a Hadassah Holiday Greeting: Passover is coming soon. Consider signing up for Hadassah ecards, if you haven't already.
Check out last's week's edition of Hadassah@Home for more resources to keep you engaged and connected.