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"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths."
- Proverbs 3:5-6
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INspired. INclusive. INnovative. Center for Jewish Philanthropy’s Women IN Philanthropy Event is a Success
By Rayna Burgett - Wednesday Nov 16, 2022
(Paradise Valley, Ariz – Nov. 16, 2022) Nearly 150 women gathered at a private home in Paradise Valley on October 26, 2022 for the Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix’s (CJP) Power of the Purse, an initiative of the organization’s Women IN Philanthropy. Chaired by Leah Bold Mondlick, this was the committee’s first in-person event post pandemic and was a chance to highlight the CJP’s mission to energize and sustain Jewish life and leadership throughout Greater Phoenix.

Amy Hirschberg Lederman was the keynote speaker for the evening, sharing her thoughts on the role women play in making decisions regarding philanthropy. According to Lederman, “ever generation of Jewish women receives a different call. But what never changes is the Jewish woman’s unwavering commitment to answer it.”

Women IN Philanthropy brings Jewish women together from across the Valley, leveraging their collective power to strengthen the Jewish community. This diverse group of women explore new interests and ideas and discuss key issues facing women today.

About The Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix (CJP)
The Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix (CJP) represents the integration of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix and the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix. With a combined 130 years of support to the community, the CJP will connect and serve the Greater Phoenix community by inspiring philanthropy that supports and enlivens Jewish life locally, in Israel, and around the world. For more information, visit http://www.phoenixcjp.org or call (480) 699-1717.