Begins sponsoring monthly Luncheons for the Blind, open to the St. Louis community. This is the section’s longest running community service project.
The St. Louis Scholarship Committee is founded to provide interest free loans for post high school education. The first loan is given to a Jewish woman who is a nursing student. Becomes an independent, non-sectarian organization by 1960, known as the Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis.
St. Louis Section pioneers a Free Milk Program in the St. Louis public schools. Responsibility for the program is assumed by the school system in the 1930s.
October 14, St. Louis Section of NCJW is established with 34 members.
National Council of Jewish Women is founded by Hannah G. Solomon in Chicago with an initial membership of 93 delegates from 29 cities.