To feel pride in Hadassah and hope for the future, take a look at the incredible ways our members are making an impact in the face of COVID-19. We are out there helping to heal the world in any way we can.
Part of Hadassah's ongoing healing work is our longstanding commitment to women's health. This week is National Women's Health Week, and Hadassah is once again a proud national supporter. Even from home, you can fight for women's health and make your voice heard. Advocate for nurses, physicians, and allied health professionals, and improve the quality of medical research for all.
Tomorrow — not to be missed! Special Zoom event: "Honoring Our Frontline Professionals at HMO." National President Rhoda Smolow thanks Hadassah's Frontline Healthcare Workers and welcomes guests Dr. Rely Alon, Head of Hadassah Hospital's Nursing Division; Prof. Sigal Sviri, Director of the Medical Intensive Care Unit; and Barbara "BG" Goldstein, Deputy Director of the Hadassah Office in Israel.
Ways to connect at home:
Celebrate Israel: Join the Embassy of Israel for a celebration of Israel's birthday — including a spotlight on Hadassah. May 14 at 8:00 pm EDT.
Become informed: Watch Israel's Race for the Cure: A Conversation on Public Health Policy, Testing and Vaccine, a webinar from the JCPA (Jewish Community Relations Council), of which Hadassah is a proud voting member, featuring Professor Yoram Weiss and Hadassah Executive Director/CEO Janice Weinman, and moderated by JCPA President/CEO David Bernstein. May 20, 2:00 pm EDT.
Shavuot learning: Attend a one-hour "Mini Shavuot Tikkun" moderated by Hadassah Executive Director/CEO Janice Weinman including a talk on Hadassah and Israel with David Lehrer, a Young Judaea alumnus and the executive director of the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies; a healthy cooking demonstration with Hadassah member Julie Ohana; and a text study on the Book of Ruth with Dr. Ora Horn Prouser. May 27, 12:00 pm EDT.
Boost your baking: Looking for your next at-home baking project? Check out Hadassah Magazine's ultimate "Babka Bible".
Watch our next Hadassah Magazine discussion: "What's Next for Israel? A Conversation with Yossi Klein Halevi" with renowned Israeli analyst and the New York Times best-selling author of Letters to My Palestinian Neighbor. May 21, 12:00-1:00 pm EDT.
In case you missed it: Yesterday was International Nurses Day, the culmination of Nurses Week, but it's not too late to celebrate with Hadassah on Facebook. Help spread the word about these Six Hadassah Nurses to Watch.
Ongoing weekly series:
NEW! Hadassah@Home online programming and recordings are all posted on our website. Go there anytime to find new and previous content.
Check out last's week's edition of Hadassah@Home for more resources to keep you engaged and connected.
Follow our ongoing COVID-19 coverage: Get regular updates from Israel and in our communities at our webpage.
NOTE: Many online events will ask for your Hadassah ID number to register.