We’re taking the next six months to re-envision what women’s philanthropy looks like in 2018, and what it might look like for the next generation. This means a pause in our fall programming—namely, the Lion of Judah Luncheon.
Keep an eye out in spring 2019 for:
Your cherished traditions, with an eye for the future of philanthropy and Jewish community.
More opportunities to connect as women—no matter your stage of life or philanthropic potential.
While we reflect on the role women play in tzedakah and tikkun olam, we’d love to hear your thoughts. Your voices will help us shape the future of this program—and the future of the Jewish community.
We would love to talk to you about getting involved with Women’s Philanthropy!
Chief Development Officer
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THE PEARL SOCIETY
NO GRIT, NO PEARL
You’re a woman who loves and appreciates your Jewish community and wants to help it thrive. You want to be part of something bigger than yourself.
Join the Pearl Society. With a gift of $365—or a dollar a day—to Federation’s Community Campaign, you’ll automatically become a member of this group of inspiring women who, just like you, want to make a difference. And you’ll be invited to the Women of Intention Awards and have the option of buying our signature Minneapolis Pearl Society necklace, designed by Sara Goldfine Baratz of Goldfine Jewelry.
LION OF JUDAH
LIVE LIKE A HERO. LOVE LIKE A SISTER. LEAD LIKE A LION.
As a Lion of Judah you are a member of the most dynamic group of Jewish women philanthropists in the world. Strong women of all ages, you’re part of an international sisterhood of nearly 18,000 global activists who care deeply about the Jewish future.
You are sisters and daughters, mothers and friends, compassionate and committed women at every stage of life and career.
As Lions you play a vital role in creating social justice, aiding the vulnerable, preserving human dignity and building Jewish identity.
You’re firm believers in the strength and importance of a Federated gift to the community because you know no single gift impacts more Jewish lives.