You’ve Got A Friend!

​In response to the COVID-19 crisis, NCJWAZ is launching Friendline. 

Friendline is our way of making sure that everyone has someone to talk to. It is focused on the current situation, friend-to-friend. 

To speak with a Friendline volunteer, please email Friendline (friendline@ncjwaz.org) or click the "Contact Friendline" button. Include your name (first name is ok), phone number and the best times to contact you. 

NCJWAZ Responds to COVID-19 Crisis

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Congratulations to our new board members!

Join us for our June general meeting - From Protest to Progress: Make Change Matter. Our invited speaker is Janelle Wood, Founder, Black Mothers Forum. This is your opportunity to discuss ending systemic racial abuse, injustice, and inequity. June 23 at 7pm on Zoom. We hope to see you there.