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NA'AMAT USA's Susan Isaacs Speaks on Organization's Work at Orthodox Temple in Reseda
By: NA'AMAT USA
Isaacs described the scope of NA'AMAT's charitable activities, which include the operation of day care centers located throughout Israel, as well as technological high schools, health and legal aid clinics, and other programs, all of which receive direct support from NA'AMAT USA.
More than 350 members of Eretz Cultural Center attended the event. Isaacs remarks were translated live into Farsi. Also in attendance were NA'AMAT National Board Member Esther Friedberg, Eilat Chapter President Cipy Baron, San Fernando Valley Council President Rene Peters and Eilat member Gita Waldbaum. The NA'AMAT members talked informally with the orthodox congregants during the kiddush. Several of those in attendance inquired about NA'AMAT membership.
Isaacs has been a member of NA'AMAT US for more than 15 years. She has served as the Eilat Chapter's Programming Co-Chair and President. She is also immediate past president of the San Fernando Valley Council. For the past three years she has been a National Board member serving on the Leadership committee.
About NA'AMAT USA
NA'AMAT USA is an organization striving to enhance the quality of life for women, children and families in Israel. Originally named Pioneer Women, it was founded as a sister movement to NA'AMAT Israel. NA'AMAT women act locally, nationally and globally in 9 countries. The organization is actively engaged in a wide range of issues, including religious pluralism, the status of women at home and in the workplace and the prevention of domestic violence.
"A VOICE FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN - A VOICE FOR ISRAEL"
Marjorie C. Moidel