Note:For Fox8 Defenders questions and concerns,
 please contact us at 877-670-6397 only. Do not call our local office.

Office Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am - 3:30pm



"A Dozen Decades  of Dedication and Good Deeds"

Featuring a tribute to our 120 year history and the women who led us!
Saturday, April 22, 2017
Patron Party – 6:00 pm
Seated Dinner/Dance 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Metairie Country Club

In 2017, the National Council of Jewish Women will celebrate a major milestone,
 a dozen decades of dedication and good deeds in the Greater New Orleans area.
We would like to enlist your support to celebrate this special
birthday with the most festive affair ever
orchestrated by NCJW's Greater New Orleans Section. 

We are planning a glamorous Gala on the evening of Saturday, April 22nd
 at the Metairie Country Club, featuring a patron party, seated dinner,
tribute to our esteemed past presidents, and entertainment!

*Open bar *Musical Entertainment by the Yat Pack *Silent Auction/Raffle

To become an Underwriter, Patron or purchase General Admission tickets
or to make a charitable tax deductible contribution to NCJW, see below. 

To become an Underwriter now and pay through Paypal click arrow below to select appropriate level and then add to cart
Please see event page for details of the benefits at each level.

Underwriter Opportunities April 2017 Gala

To become a Patron and pay through Paypal click arrow below to select level, add to cart and
when you check out, please indicate the number of tickets at each level

Patron tickets April 22,2017

 General Admission tickets - Seated Dinner with Open Bar and Entertainment 
are available for $120 per person.
Please click on Add to Cart below
and indicate the number of tickets in checkout

If you are unable to attend but would like to make a donation through Paypal, please click the button below
*Please note Fair Market Value of tickets is estimated to be $100/person


was held January 19th, 2017, Temple Sinai


Being Effective Allies to the LGBTQ Community

Thank you to
GUEST SPEAKER: Sebastian Rey

President of the Board of Directors of the
 LGBT Community Center of New Orleans

This event explored the world of gender identity.

  This generation is discovering 
 how we can help to create a world  that ensures that all people -
 regardless of sex or gender identity -
 are treated equally both in society and under the law.


Your voice. Your vote! 
Make sure you and those you care about are registered to vote!

NCJW is proud to partner
with Rock the Vote.

To register through Rock the Vote, click here

Encourage friends & family
to register today!

To register to vote in Louisiana, 
click this link

Find out more information about voting in Louisiana at

For more information on our advocacy efforts,
please see our advocates website
click here


 NCJW Way - Learning to Lead Announces:
    New Class and Renewed Tolmas Sponsorship    

            NCJW Way
                   Sponsored by the Oscar J Tolmas Charitable Trust

NCJW Greater New Orleans Section is pleased to announce that the 
Oscar J TolmasCharitable Trust  has renewed its sponsorship of the
NCJW Way: Learning to Lead program for 2016-17. Thank you for this continued support.



NCJW celebrates 6 years with Fox8 Defenders

Congratulations to our NCJW volunteers for celebrating their six year anniversary
 at Fox8! NCJW volunteers  staff the FOX 8 Defenders consumer
advocacy hot line.They tackle just about every kind of consumer concern
 you can imagine.   

To watch the video highlighting NCJW and our involvement over the last six
years in the Fox8 program,
click here


Thanks for all you do!

 President Susan Kierr, Barbara Kaplinsky, Millie Kohn,
Brenda Brasher, Jennette Ginsburg,
Past NCJW President and National Honorary President Joan Bronk,
Kathy Shepard, Rachelle Stein, Sarah Covert and Michelle Erenberg.

Thank you to Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans
for providing a 2016 grant fom the Strategic Impact Fund
for NCJW Way: Learning to Lead. 
This program has received accolades from across the country.
The participants are in the
middle of their year long training
  and will be developing a new community project
with assistance from the original alumni class.


NCJW  Office Hours 

The schedule for the NCJW office is
  Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10 am -3:30 pm

If you need to drop off something small that will slip under the door,
you may do that at any time that the building is open, 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday.


If you  would like to make a donation to NCJW online 

through paypal please click donate below