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Creating a Village
Posted May 10, 2022 |Category: Caring Mums

Caring Mums is back in full swing with 16 new volunteers having completed our training, and one new volunteer supervisor on board.

Yom Hashoah
Posted May 10, 2022 |Category: In the News

The Melbourne Hebrew Congregation, led by Rabbi Shlomo Nathanson, conducted a special event to commemorate this year’s Yom Hashoah.

Anzac Day Tribute
Posted May 10, 2022 |Category: Connect

NCJWA Vic Golden Age Club members took part in the Anzac Memorial Civic Service on Sunday, the 24th April.

Meet our new CEO
Posted March 23, 2022 |Category: In the News, CEO messages
We’re so pleased to introduce you to Lisa Esekiel, our new CEO. Lisa starts on Monday 28 March and is already raring to go. She is busy reading and learning about our organisation and we look forward to her input into our strategy moving forward.
Training New Mums
Posted March 23, 2022 |Category: Caring Mums, In the News
Earlier this month I met an amazing group of women. These 16 women have come together to be our newest volunteers in the Caring Mums program.
Danielle Kamien
Posted May 10, 2022 |Category: In the News

Danielle Kamien, a digital marketing professional with over 15 years’ experience in both the corporate and not for profit sectors, is our new Board Observer.

Celebrating Pesach
Posted May 10, 2022 |Category: Connect

The Seniors Program, together with the Golden Age Clubs, celebrated Pesach with a Pre-Model Seder. NCJWA Vic's CEO Lisa Ezekiel welcomed everyone and introduced Special guest speaker Rabbi Aviva Kippen, who explained the different customs of the Seder.

Building Friendships
Posted May 10, 2022 |Category: The Jam Project

This year The Jam Project launched with a 'Year 9’s only' group sessions. This icebreaker dinner provided the participants with an opportunity to get to know one another before the program formally starts this month.

Posted March 23, 2022 |Category: Caring Mums, In the News
We were all so excited in January when Caring Mums was announced as a finalist in the HESTA Impact Awards for 2022. This is no mean feat when you consider that the awards recognise people working in health and community services across Australia who are committed to creating a better future. Being one of only four finalists (in their category) from organisations across Australia shows the enormous impact of our Caring Mums program.
Joy in the air
Posted March 23, 2022 |Category: Connect
In conjunction with the City of Port Philip, we recently hosted a very successful event about Nordic walking in the Jim Duggan Reserve. This event was advertised in the City of Port Phillip newsletter as a part of their Summer Seniors Festival.