Hey everyone, thanks for reading this and for supporting our low-income seniors in the neighborhood that are counting on this program.
Our mission is to provide compassionate care to frail, lower-income seniors with resources to enable them to remain living independently in their own homes. One of the ways we do that is by hosting free Luncheons for low-income seniors in our community. The Jewish Family Seniors Association puts on these monthly luncheons to provide low-income seniors in our community a place to socialize and enjoy life. To stay open, they need to raise at least $2,000.
You see, I’ve been volunteering with the Jewish Family Association for nearly 7 years now. I get to work directly with our seniors and do my part in taking care of our elders. Those that know me, know this program means a lot to me.
“Sam is a wonderful example of the power of giving. He doesn’t just give his time, but he gives himself. I think it is through that level of giving that gets so much in return,” said Lisa Popovsky, Director Las Vegas Senior Lifeline.
Please join me, along with my family, friends, and colleagues to raise this money & keep the program open for our low-income seniors in the neighborhood counting on this program. Help us keep this program open by donating to the Jewish Family Service Agency here on Facebook.
Here’s a story on my work in the Jewish community serving our elders: https://www.jewishnevada.org/blog/masks-on-for-purim-at-the-las-vegas-senior-lifeline
The program being supported is: JFSA Senior Luncheons in Las Vegas, Nevada.