Women's Philanthropy

In the Community — March 2018

We all know that a little appreciation goes a long way!

Take this opportunity to nominate a deserving CJP leader for the 2018 Circle of Excellence Awards, which include the Growth, Leadership, and Young Leadership Awards.

Submit your nomination by filling out this quick and easy form. Do…

In the Community — January 2018

BRCA is a gene found in all humans that helps cells grow and repairs errors in the DNA. Those with a BRCA mutation are at an increased risk of breast, ovarian, prostate, and other cancers — and people of Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry are 10 times more likely to carry a BRCA mutation as the gen…

Wonder Women – Laurie Gliklich and Jennifer Drucker

In January, members of Women’s Philanthropy donated 25 boxes of children’s clothing to Jewish Family Service of Metrowest through our Hands-On Philanthropy event.

The two driving forces behind the giant mitzvah were Jennifer Drucker and Laurie Gliklich,  Women’s Philanthropy Vice Pre…

Wonder Woman - Sari Rapkin

At the age of 27, Sari Rapkin was nominated for CJP’s Acharai Leadership Program, which prepared her to take on increasingly important roles within our Jewish community.

From Acharai, she got involved in our Lawyers & Accountants work and then joined CJP’s Board of Directors, eventually…

Wonder Woman - Julie Sagan

Twenty-six years ago, Julie Sagan was newly married. She and her husband, Scott, were living in Marblehead, but didn’t have many ties to the community.

Everything changed once they discovered the North Shore Federation’s Young Leadership Group.

“We met a huge sphere of people who ins…