WIZO Florida is comprised of 12 diverse and active chapters. Our chapters are geared to age groups, location or interests. We are very proud to offer something for everyone, from teenagers, families with young children to Baby boomers as well as our original founding group which is still very much the backbone of WIZO. Our chapters are located throughout South Florida currently serving South Miami through Palm Beach County. Watch us grow throughout the state! Let us know if you want to be part of WIZO and live anywhere in Florida! We invite you to learn more about our chapters and join us!
We are a group of young professionals who have come up with a fun way to combine the need to do good with the desire to network. We have many different events throughout the year and would love for you to join us!
Our goal is to invite young professionals to learn all about the amazing programs WIZO sponsors throughout Israel and to increase awareness of the many ways to help Israel. We welcome everyone to join in our efforts. By becoming a WIZO member, you become part of a community. You become part of the WIZO family.
Chairperson: Alexandra Silver
We are a group of enthusiastic women in North Broward and South Palm Beach who have found a bond of sisterhood by joining forces to lend a vital hand in the operating of hundreds of education and welfare projects and services.
We come from Coral Springs, Parkland, Boca, Boynton Beach and Lauderdale by the Seas and are interested in spreading awareness about WIZO. Boca Chai is a newly formed chapter and we have already been featured in the West Boca City News and The Parklander Magazine.
We are taking an active role and getting involved in supporting the women and children in Israel who benefit from WIZO programs. We welcome everyone to join in our efforts. By becoming a WIZO member you become a part of a community, you become a part of the WIZO family.
Chairperson: Rona Namer
We are an established force within WIZO with a passion and love for Israel. We are a creative group of women with older children and a flexible lifestyle, some working full time while others can devote more hours to WIZO. Either way, we always unite perfectly to achieve amazing events and projects to support WIZO centers in Israel.
Our love for Israel, it’s people, it’s culture and it’s history unites us towards one common goal; creating projects and events that benefit the women and children of Israel through WIZO. We reunite with and meet new friends by attending beautiful fundraisers to strengthen the bond within our group and to support our community at large.
We created an amazing bilingual cookbook that is purchased by people all over the world. The recipes are delicious and it has become an extraordinary fundraiser for WIZO. We welcome everyone to join in our efforts. By becoming a WIZO member you become a part of a community, you become a part of the WIZO family.
Chairperson: Anita Murciano
We are a new group of young leaders getting together to help children in Israel. We have taken it upon ourselves to have an early start to a charitable way of life. Many of us have participated in the WIZO Community Bat Mitzvah. We are now getting together to create fun and exciting events that will benefit the children in Israel. Kadima has found a way to channel our passions into a positive direction that directly impacts less fortunate children.
We have generous hearts and vivacious spirits and we are looking forward to the amazing events we will create and the positivity and generosity we will inspire in our peers. We welcome everyone to join in our efforts. By becoming a WIZO member you become a part of a community, you become a part of the WIZO family.
Chairpersons: Esther Benasayag and Sarita Benoliel
Koach, which translates to strength, is an empowerment group for women. WIZO has formed a new chapter designed for women to meet, socialize and bond. Women need each other for support throughout various stages of our life's journey.
Those who participate in the group will channel their inner passion and spirit- connecting with other women. Initially designed for women divorced, single, and widowed, we welcome any women who would like to be a part of this group.
Chairperson: Rachel Gorin Alalu
WIZO is now active on college campuses! It is imperative to our future to create an environment for young Jewish students to understand how important their role is to the future of American Jewry and the State of Israel. In hebrew, Nefesh means soul, and these future leaders will guide the way for the future generations.
Join Nefesh and become part of a movement on college campuses to create and inspire young Jewish leaders.
Chairpersons: Hannah Landman and Lucila Gamburd
We are WIZO Florida's Original Chapter and we are still going strong and working hard to support the women and children of Israel. Currently under the leadership of Rebeca Schapiro we are a group of active and involved women from Aventura to Miami Beach.
We are deeply committed to the WIZO cause and work enthusiastically to ensure the success of our events. We welcome everyone to join in our efforts. By becoming a WIZO member you become a part of a community, you become a part of the WIZO family.
Simcha is full of enthusiasm and dynamism. We are a group of women in their 30s and early 40s that live and meet in the Broward area and are always ready to work for Eretz Israel.
Simcha meets twice a month to plan our activities and to strengthen our bonds of friendship and love of Eretz Israel.
In Judaism, the name makes the person or the group. Our group is called Simcha, happiness. The only way of receiving Simcha is giving. That is why we are grateful to WIZO for giving us the opportunity and the joy of contributing to our happiness.
WIZO Simcha's members come from different countries including: Venezuela, USA, Colombia, Mexico, Israel, and cover the southwest Broward area. We welcome everybody who wants to join us in this wonderful journey. By becoming a WIZO member you become a part of a community, you become a part of the WIZO family.
Chairperson: Gaby Rubinsztain
We are a group of active and motivated young mothers, under the leadership of Ivette Woldenberg. We share a passion for Israel and for keeping our families and communities involved in the WIZO cause. Yachad holds bimonthly meetings in the Aventura area. We are the group behind the ever-popular Rosh Hashana Bee Sweet gift campaign. By becoming a WIZO member you become a part of a community, you become a part of the WIZO family.
We gather our strength from our members vast experiences and combine it with a passion for success.
Chairperson: Yardena Slomianski.
Zorahat means to shine and we excel at creating events that are fun for young families.
Chairperson: Shena Dominitz.