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Urgent Update from Na’Amat Israel

Urgent Update from Na’Amat Israel

Operation Protective Shield

Despite the recent hope that there might be a cease-fire, rockets have continued to rain down in southern Israel and as well as in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa. The first Israeli civilian casualty was announced July 15. NA’AMAT Israel has been systematically checking on our 233 Day Care Centers, located all over Israel, to determine the extent of the need to reinforce our facilities and safeguard our children and caregivers.





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NA'AMAT USA Celebrates Grand Opening

NA'AMAT USA Celebrates Grand Opening

Newly relocated National Office in Los Angeles
NA’AMAT USA held the grand opening of its new national office and headquarters on Thursday, June 12, 2014 with an outpouring of support and visitors. A Certificate of Congressional Recognition was presented to NA’AMAT National President Liz Raider by Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Blumenfield (3rd District) and Field Representative Mathew Vallecilla on behalf of Congressman Brad Sherman (U.S. House of Representatives, 30th District, California).

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NA'AMAT USA'S RESOLUTION ON SEX TRAFFICKING

NA'AMAT USA'S RESOLUTION ON SEX TRAFFICKING

Human sex trafficking is the most common form of modern-day slavery. Scores of women and children, both girls and boys, are trafficked each year within or across national and international borders as part of a $32 Billion annual industry. As the third largest and fastest-growing organized criminal enterprise in the world, sex trafficking is big business. An estimated 800,000 women and children are trafficked across international borders and additional individuals are trafficked within countries.

WHEREAS trafficking occurs in every country, in all fifty states, and in all cities and towns, both large and small;





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U.S. Head Start program modeled after NA'AMAT Day Care

U.S. Head Start program modeled after NA'AMAT Day Care

NA’AMAT was founded 88 years ago as Pioneer Women. Today, we’re still pioneers, providing day care for over 17,000 children in Israel. Founded in 1925, NA’AMAT day care centers are the largest network of day care centers in the country. We have become a world leader in early childhood education. In fact, the Head Start program of the U.S. was modeled after the NA’AMAT centers in Israel.  BE A PIONEER of the future and JOIN US in our cause by setting up a DONATION using our NEW Recurring Payment form to help us continue to be at the forefront.
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NA'AMAT opens new day care center!

NA'AMAT opens new day care center!

On September 1st, NA’AMAT expanded its Day Care Centers with its NEW Ramleh center opening with three state-of-the-art classrooms and 77 wonderful children! We wish them much success! See PHOTO GALLERY. Click “continue reading”!





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41st National Convention ROCKED!

41st National Convention ROCKED!

conv-website_05Our 41st National Convention, “Rock with NA’AMAT”was jam-packed with exciting speakers, NA’AMAT USA departmental reports, new videos, trips to museums, interactive sessions and gala evening sessions with great entertainment! The 4 days were energizing, informative, interesting and a chance to meet with NA’AMAT USA members from around the country as well as NA’AMAT leaders from Israel, Brazil and Canada. Special thanks to Chellie Goldwater Wilensky, Convention Chair, who truly made all this possible!





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NA’AMAT Israel hosts ‘thank you’ party for 3,000!

NA’AMAT Israel hosts ‘thank you’ party for 3,000!

On August 4th in the evening NA’AMAT held a very special event at Safra Square in Jerusalem with the participation of close to 3,000 NA’AMAT workers and volunteers from all over the country! The event was intended to say “THANK YOU” to all our devoted care givers in the Day Care Centers and all the staff and volunteers.





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President Galia Wolloch signs the Charter for Women’s Rights at Independence Hall

President Galia Wolloch signs the Charter for Women’s Rights at Independence Hall
Galia Wolloch, President NA’AMAT, with NA’AMAT Past-Presidents signing the Charter for Women’s Rights at the Independence Hall.MAL9600
 
From left to right: Adv. Ofra Friedman, Galia Wolloch, Masha Lubelsky & Nava Arad





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