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NEW! The W2W Professional Directory



Women's Philanthropy is pleased to introduce the Women2Women (W2W) professional and volunteer directory.  The directory provides an opportunity for women to share their professional, volunteer and mentor capabilities with each other. 


All women who sign up before June 30 will receive their listing free of charge for a year.  Don't miss out on this terrific opportunity to connect with other professional and volunteer women in Silicon Valley.



Signing up is easy!  Just click on the button below. 


Silicon Valley Jewish Community Legacy Project to Host Educational Workshop


Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 7:30 pm

Congregation Beth David

19700 Prospect Rd. Saratoga


Join Financial Planner Alan Werba and Attorney David Hoffman to learn how you can establish or update estate plans to include Legacy Giving.  


This workshop will provide you with the information you need to help make a powerful and designated impact on the Jewish organizations that you hold closest to your heart.


The workshop is open to the entire community.  Wine, cheese and snacks will be provided.


For more information, contact Jeff Warwick, chair, Congregation Beth David Legacy Giving Committee at or Brett Borah, chair of the Community Legacy Giving Project at


Join your friends and PJ Library on the first Friday of each month for fun stories, songs and activities. 


Next storytime will be June 1 at 3:15 in the Auditorium.    Questions? Contact


Sponsored by The Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley & PJLibrary

The Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley is Named Non-Profit of the Year


The Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley has been selected as Non-Profit of the Year by District 28 Assemblyman Evan Low.  Federation CEO Jyl Jurman and Diane Fisher, director of the Jewish Community Relations Council, will represent the Jewish Federation at the State Capital in Sacramento on June 6th to receive the award.