The JBN helps meet the educational and societal demands of a growing Jewish population and initiates programs that help shape a vibrant and united Jewish community. Additionally, the JBN takes part in global projects where our local community creates hope in the world of those less fortunate.
The JBN has a meeting on the second Wednesday of every month, providing an opportunity to network with other business leaders and professionals.
When We Meet
Monthly meetings the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the
Panel Discussion: Homelessness
Kate Budd, Executive Director, Council for the Homeless
Jill Lemke, Program Director, Murdock Trust
Mayro Anne McEnerny-Ogle, City of Vancouver
John McDonagh, President/CEO, Vancouver Chamber of Commerce
Rabbi Shmulik Greenberg, Chabad Jewish Center
President & CEO of OPB
What We Do
The Jewish Business Network is comprised of Jewish business owners and professionals from all over Clark County. The JBN enables those professionals to combine business talents towards a common goal – improving the lives of underprivileged families within our local Jewish community and beyond.
A few weeks at summer camp can be immeasurably life-enhancing for a child. During 2017, The JBN sponsored 89 children in an exciting range of summer day camps. Participation in these programs can lead to new
friendships, increased confidence, individual growth and lifelong memories.
The Good Family Orphanage
The ‘Good Family’ Orphanage in Odessa, Ukraine gives hope to over 50 children that strive to rebuild their broken past.
The Family Fund helps families celebrate the holidays joyfully, and assures that their children too have smiles on their faces. Families also have the assurance that in case of a crisis there is somewhere they can turn for financial support.