2018-05-09 / Federation

New group will aid vulnerable in community



The Jewish Federation’s new Women’s Giving Circle met on April 18 to allocate money to programs for vulnerable women, children and families within the Jewish Federation family of agencies. One program funded was the JFCS food pantry, enabling them to purchase feminine products that are not covered by food stamps. This year’s mitzvah project at the Event for Women will be in conjunction with our Women’s Giving Circle. We are asking women to bring donations of pads, tampons, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, or toilet paper with them to the Event for Women. Learn more about our Women’s Giving Circle at jewishsouthjersey.org/womens-philanthropy or contact Jennifer Capozzoli at jcapozzoli@jfedsnj.org. At the meeting were (seated, from left), Sari Gabbay and Jennifer Sakaleros, with (standing, from left), Melissa Morrow, Valerie Linden, Nikki David, Lainee Beigel, and Jessica Markus. The Jewish Federation’s new Women’s Giving Circle met on April 18 to allocate money to programs for vulnerable women, children and families within the Jewish Federation family of agencies. One program funded was the JFCS food pantry, enabling them to purchase feminine products that are not covered by food stamps. This year’s mitzvah project at the Event for Women will be in conjunction with our Women’s Giving Circle. We are asking women to bring donations of pads, tampons, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, or toilet paper with them to the Event for Women. Learn more about our Women’s Giving Circle at jewishsouthjersey.org/womens-philanthropy or contact Jennifer Capozzoli at jcapozzoli@jfedsnj.org. At the meeting were (seated, from left), Sari Gabbay and Jennifer Sakaleros, with (standing, from left), Melissa Morrow, Valerie Linden, Nikki David, Lainee Beigel, and Jessica Markus.

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