Hempstead, NY - October 29, 2015 - Volunteers from UJA-Federation of New York’s Engage Jewish Service Corps program from the Long Island/Queens region came together on Sunday, October 25, 2015, for an afternoon of service and awareness at The Mary Brennan INN Soup Kitchen, Long Island’s largest soup kitchen. Engage Jewish Service Corps is for boomers and beyond who want to effect powerful change within the Jewish community by using their skills expertise, passion, and leadership to address issues like poverty, hunger, joblessness, education, the isolated elderly, and children with special needs.
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Pictured: Day of Service Leaders Jean Kelly (Executive Director, The Interfaith Nutrition Network), Kathy Garneau (SJJCC), Diane and Syd Mandelbaum (Rock and Wrap it Up!), Judy Goldberg (JCC of Greater Five Towns), Gail Warrack (MIY-JCC), Jordana Davidson (SFY), Rob Kamerer (Board Member The INN), Marcy Hallerman (Friedberg JCC), and Susan Berman (Engage community organizer).