Jewish Family Services of Greenwich holds annual benefit, If Not Now, When?

On March 6 Jewish Family Services of Greenwich hosted their annual  benefit, If Not Now, When? at the Tomes-Higgins House in Greenwich. Lala Addeo and Willow Oberweger co-chaired the event, which helped to raise funds to support the many programs and services JFS provides to the Greenwich community.

Nearly 90 supporters enjoyed an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, dinner, and a silent auction.  Senator Richard Blumenthal joined the festivities and spoke of the good work JFS does in the community. Also addressing the group were two JFS clients who told of the positive impact the agency has had on their lives.

Sincere thanks go to our sponsors and silent auction donors:

Event Co-Chair Lala Addeo and husband, Craig

Event Co-Chair Lala Addeo and husband, Craig

Lala & Craig Addeo, Rabbi Vicki and Harold Axe, Back 40 Kitchen, Balducci’s Food Lover’s Market, Bellmore Wine & Liquor, The Capitol Theater, Ellen & Jay Borker, Jennifer & Thomas Davidson, Alice Delikat, Frances & William Deutsch, Rita Edelston, Exhale in Stamford, John Freiberg, Susan & Peter Furth, The Greens at Greenwich, Greenwich Hospital – Yale New Haven Health, Greenwich Town Party, Greenwich Woods Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, Steven Gross, Sharon & Kenneth Herzog, Congressman Jim Himes, Rabbi Mitchell Hurvitz, Sharon Jampol, Sheila & Laurence Kantor, Tammy Levine, Rebecca Levine, Pamela & Robert Liflander, Lisa Lipshutz, Ellen-Jane & Ben Moss, Karen Ross, Le Fat Poodle, Le Salon Bleu, Willow & Tim Oberweger, Nancy & Steven Peters, Barbara & Evan Salop, Sandra & Stephen Soule, Linda & Rony Schlapfer, Stop & Shop Supermarket Company, Anne & Arthur Wichman, The Wine Cellar, Stacy Young and Nancy Zisson.

JFS of Greenwich, founded in 1983, is a non-discriminatory social service agency committed to improving the quality of life for families and individuals of all ages in the local community while embracing Jewish tradition, wisdom, and compassion.  In addition to providing mental health counseling on a sliding scale basis, JFS runs Supermarketing for Seniors, a free service that provides grocery shopping and case monitoring to the homebound elderly in Greenwich. Since its inception in 1986, Supermarketing for Seniors has served thousands of needy Greenwich senior citizens. The newest initiative at JFS is The Online Video Support Group Project, which brings support group services into the homes of those who cannot get out due to chronic illness or other caretaking responsibilities. JFS also offers divorce and bereavement support counseling for adults and children who live in the Greenwich area.

For more information about JFS, contact the agency at 203-622-1881 or [email protected] The agency also has a website, jfsgreenwich.org.

Lisa-Loraine Smith, JFS Executive Director, Steven Gross, JFS Board President, Senator Richard Blumenthal, Sandy Soule, JFS Board Member

Lisa-Loraine Smith, JFS Executive Director, Steven Gross, JFS Board President, Senator Richard Blumenthal, Sandy Soule, JFS Board Member

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