NA'AAMT - Western Council

Western Area Office

Welcome to the Western Area of NA’AMAT USA!

Here at NA’AMAT Western Area we have stimulating, informative, and fun programs that help our members stay in meaningful contact. Our members participate in monthly chapter meetings, which have varied and enriching programs such as speakers, Jewish holiday celebrations, “getting to know you” activities, and other fundraising events. The chapters have special interest groups such as docent tours, book clubs, theater groups, game days or nights, “ladies who lunch,” and Yiddish club.

We have our annual 5K Walk at Balboa Park. We also have a speaker series with topics presented on the subjects of Human Trafficking, the Lone Soldier Program in Israel, and much more.

The Greater Los Angeles Region (GLAR) has adopted the Aviva Family and Children’s Services as our local charity, as it parallels some of the programs that NA’AMAT supports in Israel. They provide support and programs to single women with children who come from homes below the federal poverty level.

We encompass the Greater Los Angeles Region (GLAR) in California, and chapters in Arizona and Nevada. The GLAR is comprised of Eilat, Golda (Persian), Mitzvah, Nili, Ora, and Simcha (Persian) chapters. Las Vegas, Nevada is home to the Rimonim chapter. And in Phoenix, Arizona we have the Mitzvah chapter.

Please call our Western Area Office if you would like to join NA’AMAT USA and be a part of a dynamic group of women who have fun while raising money for Israeli women and children. There is a chapter that is just right for you!


  • “I love being part of NA’AMAT. I am helping Israel and in return I have made many lifelong friends.” Esther Friedberg, Western Area Coordinator, Eilat Chapter, Studio City, California

    Lifelong Friends
  • “From day one, NAAMAT has been in my heart and soul.” Lois Joseph, President, Rimonim Chapter, Las Vegas, Nevada

    In My Heart and Soul
  • “NA’AMAT USA is my way to advocate for and provide needed services in the areas of women’s rights, domestic violence, sex trafficking, empowering women, building Israel, Jewish survival and being the answer to another woman’s prayer.” Darlene Rose, President, Roslyn Leff/Avodah Chapter, Seal Beach, California

    NA’AMAT Is My Way to Advocate
  • “Women’s issues such as child care and abuse are important and in NA’AMAT I’m also helping Israel.” Linda Lewensohn, Spring Luncheon Chairperson, Mitzvah Chapter, Agoura Hills, California

    Women’s Issues are Important
  • “I love working for NA’AMAT and being committed to Israel. The people I have met are like my second family.” Roz Porton, San Fernando Valley Council President, Eilat Chapter, Northridge, California

    I Love Working for NA’AMAT

Western Area

6320 Canoga Avenue, Suite 270
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Phone: (818) 981-1298

Greater Los Angeles Region

6320 Canoga Avenue, Suite 270
Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Please contact the Western Area Office for the areas and clubs below:


  • Las Vegas – Rimonim


  • Phoenix – Mitzvah

Upcoming Events

White Elephant Sale with Eilat Chapter

January 16 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM at Linda Kavalsky’s backyard. RSVP to Liz by January 12 at Proof of vaccination and mask required.

Book Club with Eilat Chapter

At Carnival restaurant on January 17 at 5:00 PM. $5 donation at each meeting. We will discuss the book “The Inn at Lake Devine” by Eleanor Lippman.

RSVP to Joyce Edelson at

Ladies Who Lunch with Mitzvah Chapter

January 18 at 12:00. Stellas in Newbury Park. Contact Sheri Schoenwald at

Movie Discussion Night with Mitzvah Chapter

January 19 at 7:00 PM. Movies: Passing, The Forgotten Battle, Official Secrets. At the home of Janice Orlowski. Contact Janice at

Phoenix Art Museum Tour with Mitzvah Chapter of Arizona

Sunday, January 23 at 12:00 noon. Tickets are $23 for adults and $20 for seniors. Purchase yours in advance from Susan Sparago for a great discounted price of $15.00 as long as they last. We will meet for brunch at 11:00 AM at Palette restaurant next to the museum.

RSVP with Susan at

Bingo with Mitzvah Chapter

January 24t at 7:00 PM online. $5 to play with chance to win prizes. For more information please contact Sandy Reuben at

Chandler Center for the Arts Performance with Mitzvah Chapter of Arizona

Saturday, January 29 at 7:30 PM. Klezmer gypsy-rock band, Mostly Kosher, will be playing Judaic and American cultural music through klezmer beats and arresting Yiddish refrains. Tickets are going fast. Prices range from $22 to $36. We get a small discount if we sell at least 10 tickets. Which we can keep in our treasury.

Contact Susan at if you are interested in joining.

Cooking Zoom with Eilat Chapter

January 31 at 5:00 PM on Zoom. Esther Friedberg will be making Anna’s Lokshun Kugel. $5 donation. Register to get the link and recipe by emailing Lea Templer at

Lunch and Games with Mitzvah Chapter of Arizona

Sunday, February 20 at 12:00 noon at Chompie’s Chandler location. We will be having lunch and playing games. There will be prizes! RSVP with Susan at

Book Club with Eilat Chapter

At Carnival restaurant on February 21 at 5:00 PM. $5 donation at each meeting. We will discuss the book “Wish You Were Here” by Jodi Picoult.

RSVP to Joyce Edelson at

Speaker Zoom with Eilat Chapter

February 22 at 7:00 PM. Join Cynthia Thompson Randle, PH.D., a licensed psychologist as she guides us through “Life After Covid: A Road to Recovery.” RSVP to Liz by February 20 at

Photos from Our Past Events