National Council of Jewish Women Greater Dallas

A nonprofit organization

NCJW Greater Dallas has a 110 year history of partnering with neighbors to identify community concerns and advocate for policies to transform lives. Last year, NCJW Dallas programs empowered 15,220 Dallas neighbors at an average cost of $4.35 per person, meeting urgent needs and addressing systemic root causes.


The National Council of Jewish Women is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedom.


National Council of Jewish Women seeks funding to expand its social impact in the Dallas community and beyond through:

🟧 THE SUITCASE PROJECT: Provides essential transitional assistance to abuse survivors and children aging out of foster care. ➡️ Annually assists > 400 FAMILIES IN CRISIS.

🟧 THE WEST DALLAS INITIATIVE: Multi-partner program provides essential food and necessities to West Dallas families and direct support to elementary students and school staff to ensure quality education. ➡️ Annually assists > 6000 INDVIDUALS AND FAMILIES.

🟧 HOME INSTRUCTION FOR PARENTS OF PRE-SCHOOL YOUTH (HIPPY): Promotes early education support to HIPPY preschoolers and their families. Awards college scholarships to HIPPY high school graduates. ➡️ Annually supports 4300 STUDENTS & THEIR FAMILIES.

🟧 KIDS IN COURT: Introduces the trial process to child abuse victims, witnesses, and their families. ➡️ Annually supports > 450 PEOPLE.

🟧 FOOD + FIT = FUN: Demonstrates and teaches how a healthy lifestyle is affordable, achievable, and enjoyable by combining nutrition classes with physical activity in a fun environment. ➡️ Annually educates > 1200 NEIGHBORS.

🟧 THE VICKERY MEADOW FOOD PANTRY: Provides food, clothing and other necessities to a community of thousands of immigrants and refugees. ➡️ Annually distributes > 40,000 lb OF FOOD.

Equity Statement

Equal rights and equal opportunities for all people must be guaranteed, and all forms of discrimination must be eliminated, by leveraging our diverse backgrounds, beliefs, cultures, genders, abilities, races, sexual orientations, and socio-economic statuses.

Social justice efforts must be informed and guided by the leadership and experiences of communities most impacted.

We endorse and resolve to work for laws, policies, and programs that promote racial justice and eliminate systemic racism and discrimination.

Organization Data


Organization name

National Council of Jewish Women Greater Dallas

Tax id (EIN)



Operating Budget

$500,000 - $999,999

Counties Served

Dallas, Collin

BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx

BIPOC Leadership


Equity Statement

Equity Statement


16910 Dallas Pkwy. Suite 104
Dallas, TX 75248



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