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The Center Women

The mission of The Center Women is to foster a welcoming environment for all women and to support the JCC through fundraising, volunteering and programming, while providing social and leadership opportunities.

 

You’re invited to be part of The Center Women!

More than 200 women strong, the mission of The Center Women is to foster a welcoming environment for all women and to support the JCC through fundraising, volunteering and programming, while providing social and leadership opportunities.

Annual dues and donations to The Center Women are significant in helping us meet our fundraising goals. Dues are $36 annually or $180 for lifetime membership, and can be paid at the welcome desk.

The funds raised by The Center Women help run the JCC Senior Adult program and the JCC JumpStart program, an early childhood education program for children with special needs. All adult female members of the JCC community are encouraged to become Center Women members!

Click here to join The Center Women email list.

Click here to become a member of The Center Women. For information, contact Sheri Jacobson at 203.918.7010 or centerwomen@stamfordjcc.org

 


 

Show your Stamford pride and support our seniors!

#Stamford T-Shirts are now available for pre-sale. Click here or call the JCC welcome desk at 203.322.7900.

$25 for adults | $18 for kids

 


 

The Center Women Events

 

All members of the community are welcome to join us at our winter programs such as: J-Palooza, The Center Women Theatrical Production, What Every Woman Should Know, Mah Jongg Learn-A-Ment; join our seniors for a special Chanukah Luncheon; or serve lunch to our seniors during holiday luncheons. 

  

Volunteering to Serve Lunch to Seniors at the JCC

Center Women enthusiastically volunteer to spend some time with the JCC Seniors and help serve lunch for the holiday programs. Click here to see available dates and to sign up to volunteer.

 

Center Women Meetings
Learn what Center Women programs are in the works, and how you can be involved. If you have any ideas that you’d like to discuss at a meeting, please email them in advance to Center Women at centerwomen@stamfordjcc.org

Upcoming meetings are tentatively scheduled for:
Feb. 5, 11 a.m.; Feb. 8, 7:30 p.m.; Mar. 18, 10:30 a.m.; Mar. 21, 7:30 p.m.; May 19, 11 a.m.

Where there are two meetings scheduled in the same day/week, the same topics will be covered at both daytime and evening meetings. Please come to whichever is more convenient for you.

Committee Volunteers Needed!
Center Women has many programs in the works that we can use your help with! Please click here to learn about the committees that will need help with planning, organizing, set up, shopping, etc. Learn more about these committees at Center Women Meetings.

 

What Every Woman Should Know
Wednesday, March 2 • 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at The J
All women in the community are invited to this event (free of charge), created by women FOR women about topics pertinent to US. Join us for stimulating lectures and discussions. We are pleased once again to be partnering with Stamford Hospital.

 

The Latest Updates in Breast & Ovarian Cancer
Presented by Stamford Hadassah in partnership with The Center Women and Stamford Hospital
Monday, March 28 • 12 p.m. at The J
Join us for Discussion about breast health with a focus on up-to-date and important facts regarding breast cancer screening in average & high risk women, specifically as it relates to Ashkenazi women; the benefits of tomosynthesis; breast cancer risk reduction strategies; and ongoing controversies in breast imaging and treatments.
Speakers include:
Dr. David Gruen M.D., M.B.A. Director of Women’s Imaging and the Co-Director of the Women’s Breast Center at Stamford Hospital. Dr. Helen Pass M.D., Director of Breast Surgery and the Co-Director of the Women’s Breast Center at Stamford Hospital

 

 

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Israeli Film Series: Ushpizin

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