Our next screening is Sunday, July 14th
Back by popular demand, please join us for our next screening. Thank you to everyone for the enthusiastic support!
The Premiere of Impact: The San Antonio Jewish Oral History Project
Many thanks for the enthusiastic support of our sold out premiere of Impact. Future showings will be announced.
Join Us for Our Opening Meeting
Wednesday, September 5th
IBC Events Center
8650 Fredericksburg, 78240
The San Antonio section of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is pleased to host State Senator José Menéndez for comments and conversation at its opening meeting on Wednesday, September 5 at the IBC Bank Branch Events Center at 8650 Fredericksburg Rd.
Guests and spouses are welcome to attend the event, which begins at 7 pm with a meet-and-greet featuring desserts and light refreshments. Senator Menéndez will speak and take questions beginning at 7:30.
The senator will discuss the agenda for the 2019 session of the Texas legislature and will share his thoughts on issues affecting women, families and children, which relates directly to NCJW's mission.
Since space is limited, please RSVP by August 31 to email@example.com. For any questions, please contact Mindi Silver-Weiss at 210-497-2333.
Update: Please bring a donation of toiletries, new socks, or sports bras for the Roy Maas Youth Alternatives
Special thanks to venue sponsor IBC Bank
March for Our Lives
Please join NCJW for the March for our Lives
Saturday, March 24th from noon- 2 pm
starting at City hall and ending at The Alamo.
NCJW will meet at 11:00 am Temple Beth El parking lot to carpool. Lyft is also offering free rides to the March.
Participants are encouraged to wear red or orange t-shirts. Children are encouraged to wear their school T-shirt and wear a back pack.
The students organizing the March are looking for speakers who have been impacted by gun violence .
Need a sign? Click here to download an NCJW sign for the March!
Thanks to all for your support!
The 2017 Esther Vexler Award Presentation
honoring shari pulman
On June 4th, NCJW San Antonio presented Shari Pulman with the Esther Vexler Social Justice Award. The award is named for its first recipient, Esther Vexler, long-time community volunteer and social activist.
It was a beautiful evening and we were all so inspired by Shari's commitment to the Jewish and wider community of San Antonio. Many thanks to our guests for their generous support. All proceeds from this event will be used to maintain and expand NCJW's programs.
And last, but certainly not least, thanks a million to our newest lifetime member Deborah Miller for her great photos of the evening!