Women’s Philanthropy is a community of women representing diverse lifestyles and income levels. Women share a personal commitment to supporting the Jewish community locally, in Israel and around the world.

 

Women’s Philanthropy offers a full calendar of educational, social and fundraising events. This passionate community of women raises more than $1 million annually to help Federation meet its goals.  

 

We invite you to join us at our events, in our volunteer activities and in making a real difference in Greater New Haven.

 

Women’s Philanthropy announces Robyn Teplitzky 2016 Kipnis-Wilson/Friedland Award recipient.

 

Robyn will receive the Award at the International Lion of Judah Conference (ILOJC) that is taking place September 11-13 in Washington DC.

 

Robyn has contributed her energy and leadership in the Jewish Community of Greater New Haven for the past 25 years, she has been committed to the issues of equality and understanding; she is the Regional Chair of the Board for the CT Anti-Defamation League and has co-chaired the Grossfeld Family National Youth Leadership Mission to Washington D.C.

 

Most recently, Robyn was a founding member and facilitator for the Women’s Philanthropy and Jewish Family Services FOOD4KIDS community service program.  Robyn is a dedicated philanthropist, a strong supporter of Israel, a leader committed to Jewish causes and is so deserving of this prestigious recognition. 

 

Ways To Give
 

Lion of Judah

With a gift of $5,000 or more to the Annual Campaign, a woman earns the distinction of the Lion of Judah. The Lion of Judah pin is worn by 15,000 women in the world and symbolizes their dedication to the Jewish community.
 

 

Pomengranate Society

The Pomegranate honors all women who make a personal gift of $1,800-$4,999 to the Annual Campaign. These women can show their commitment by wearing a sterling silver Pomegranate pin, representing a commitment to saving lives and to helping Jews in need around the world.

 

Food4Kids

Nearly one in five children in Connecticut are food insecure and do not get enough food outside of the free meal programs provided by public schools. Women’s Philanthropy and Jewish Family Service organize volunteers and collect donations to feed hungry children every weekend during the school year. More on Food4Kids

 

 

Contact: Jennifer Bayer, (203) 387-2424 x320, jbayer@jewishnewhaven.org.

 

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