The video project, When Women Lead the Way is initiated by NCJW, in partnership with eight women’s organizations, to celebrate the significant contributions to St. Louis. The video highlights women in pioneering, innovative volunteer-driven community service programs.
Silent Witness Exhibit opens at Saint Louis Galleria, as a memorial to women in Missouri murdered in 1994 due to domestic violence. This educational project continues to tour St. Louis and Missouri.
Dedication of the Gladys and Henry Crown Center for Senior Living (the Delcrest II).
Confluence St. Louis, Citizens Building Community Award.
Child Abuse Detection and Prevention Program (CAPP) is implemented in partnership with Jewish Family and Children’s Service, to educate professionals and parents about the problem of child abuse.
Southwestern Bell Telephone Volunteer Award, JC Penney-golden Rule Award to “Let’s Prevent Child Abuse” Volunteers.
Freedom of Choice Council of Greater St. Louis, Reproductive Freedom Award.
Rule of Thumb video produced to provide education on domestic violence.
Inside Israel begins a volunteer program to present the history and culture of Israel to local 6th graders.
Junior Council is created to foster community service leadership among Jewish youth.