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BNG offers opportunities throughout the year for civic-minded professionals to network, promote their companies, and learn about topics of importance to the business community. Whether you’re a high-profile executive or just getting started in your career, BNG offers great opportunities both personally and professionally.
Our Women's Philanthropy Division is made up of Jewish women who share common bonds, values and passions. Through our donations, fundraising and volunteering, we take our place as community leaders effecting positive change at home and around the world.
The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) is the advocacy and public affairs arm of Jewish Federation. Our mission is to mobilize the Jewish community on national, state and local issues to ensure that our community’s interests are addressed. By forging relationships with our elected representatives, educating and engaging our community, and building coalitions with other advocacy and faith-based groups, we make sure that our voice is heard on issues which are central to our values as Jews and Americans.
An affinity group of attorneys, judges, and law students that strengthens relationships through educational, social, and philanthropic activities, as well as offering opportunities for networking and leadership roles within the Jewish community.
A group of medical professionals who are committed to the wellness of our entire community. The Maimonides Society of the Jewish Federation is at the forefront of both philanthropy and service in the Jewish community. The society provides a unique opportunity for like-minded doctors and practicing caregivers to connect to a cause they care about and to each other.
Dignity Grows empowers our neighbors in need by providing menstrual and hygiene supplies for everybody that needs them. We remove obstacles to better self-esteem and health by providing personal hygiene essentials. Dignity Grows mobilizes volunteers to organize, assemble, and distribute free, reusable zipper-top totes filled with a month's supply of soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush and toothpaste, along with menstrual products. Federal grant programs don't cover these items, and people often don't think to donate them to food pantries.