2017 Community of Caring Luncheon
At a time when people too often feel divided from each other and empathy can seem in short supply, more than 1,100 people came together to support JFS and the life-changing services it provides to vulnerable individuals and families in the Puget Sound region. As event Co-Chairs Kathy Berman and Jan Silverberg put it, “The urgency of helping one another remains paramount. Providing food for those who are hungry, services for young and old, domestic violence counseling, and refuge for those fleeing persecution; the list goes on. Taking care of our community, well beyond the immediate Jewish community, is a timeless Jewish value.”
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