We partner with NA’AMAT Israel to provide vital educational and social services
for Women, Children and Families in Israel.


  • Children’s Services

    NA’AMAT is the largest provider of child care in Israel and is world renowned for its progressive early childhood education.

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  • Women’s Services

    NA’AMAT offers a broad range of social
    services and programs to enhance
    the status of women in the family,
    the work force and society.

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  • Education

    NA’AMAT has an extensive network of
    educational programs including high
    schools and youth villages. We
    empower women through higher
    educational opportunities with
    scholarships & grants.

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  • Advocacy

    NA’AMAT mobilizes and leads women to bring about social changes and increase public awareness.

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  • International Sisterhood

    An international movement with over 300,000 members in 10 countries. We are a network of caring and inspirational women dedicated to social justice and equality.

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A history and overview of NA’AMAT USA (originally Pioneer Women) on the occasion of our 90th anniversary. It also includes a description of the organization’s plans to build Women’s Health Center in the city of Sderot in the Western Negev, Israel.

5K Walk 2017

Western Area is Walking for NA’AMAT USA!

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Pnina Lahav


Golda Meir: Through the Gender Lens.

A distinguished professor of law at Boston University, Pnina Lahav was recently presented with a Research Fellowship Grant from the Milton & Mildred Rosen Foundation. The grant was made in honor of Celia Rosen and Helen Cohen, both lifetime members of NA’AMAT USA. Professor Lahav is the author of three books including Judgment in Jerusalem: Chief Justice Simon Agranat and the Zionist Century. She is currently working on a new biography, Golda Meir: Through the Gender Lens that she expects to publish in 2018.


“Women Who Enrich Our Hearts and Minds”

2016 DCLA Luncheon

Reseda resident Zita Gluskin and Rabbi Nina Feinstein were honored for lifelong contributions to Jewish communities in the United States and Israel at the Distinguished Community Leader Award Luncheon hosted by the San Fernando Valley Council of NA’AMAT USA. The annual event, which also raised money for day care centers damaged in recent terrorist fires in Israel and for NA’AMAT’s scholarship program, was held on December 11th at American Jewish University in Los Angeles.