What is National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW)?
For more than a century, National Council of Jewish Women, Louisville Section (NCJW) has been at the forefront of social change—championing the needs of women, children and families, while courageously taking a progressive stand on such issues as child welfare, women’s and human rights, and reproductive freedom. Today, poverty, injustice, and violence are ongoing challenges we face as Americans and as citizens of the world. They are significant, but not insurmountable. Together, with a commitment to social justice, peace, and human rights, we can leave our children a better nation and a safer and more inclusive global community in which to prosper.
NCJW, Louisville Section is the oldest and largest women’s organization in Jefferson County, Kentucky. The Section supports many Louisville community service projects and advocates on behalf of women, children and families.