National Council of Jewish Women, Washington Office

Mission Statement

“The NCJW Washington office serves as NCJW's presence on Capitol Hill and as a resource on advocacy and legislative issues. The Washington office:
* Monitors legislation, public policy, and the federal judiciary and advocates on behalf of NCJW's concerns;
* Represents NCJW on national coalitions;
* Works with Washington representatives of major Jewish and national organizations;
*  Coordinates national legislative activities of the State Public Affairs Network;
* Provides resources to SPAs on federal, state, and local legislation;
*  Publishes SPAction and other public policy publications;
* Coordinates NCJW advocacy programs and campaigns (e.g. Washington Institute and BenchMark), including educating, mobilizing, and activating NCJW’s grassroots”

Mission Source:
Expenditures Source:
2009 IRS Form 990, Total Lobbying Expenditures

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Religious Tradition

Year/Decade Arrived in D.C.

  • 1940s

Annual Advocacy Expenditures

  • $13,673

Type of Organization

Tax Status

Location of D.C.-Area Office

  • Washington, D.C. (National HQ: New York, N.Y.)