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In the Holocaust, WIZO lost 14 federations in Europe and tens of thousands of members. On Yom Hashoah we remember these women who never strayed far from their mission even in the most horrific of circumstances

WIZO wishes you a very Happy Passover!

From playground duties in WIZO Day Care Centers to gardening and painting at WIZO schools, youth villages and Parents Home, the WIZO team exemplified WIZO’s volunteering spirit

More than 40 Druze women participated in the WIZO program, empowering them to make a difference within their communities

Culminating in an exhibition of 15 full-size portraits, the experience was eye opening for both the student photographers and their young subjects

From a fascinating conference on Israeli women in politics to publishing their Glass Ceiling Index, WIZO marked and celebrated International Women's Day 2019 with several important initiatives and events

Beginning its second year, WIZO’s training program for ultra-Orthodox women prepares and encourages them to take on public leadership roles in civil society, local and national politics and in their own communities

Over one hundred teenage girls from across Israel marked the completion of the unique program, which empowers them via the teaching of photography, film, theater, and music

Under the slogan "One in three kids is hungry", over 20 local eateries sold food for just 2 New Israeli Shekels (NIS) to support the 5th annual “Day Without Hunger” campaign

In lieu of gifts, Rubinstein, who serves as Honorary Chair of WIZO Los Angeles, requested that all guests make a donation to WIZO women’s shelters