More than 130 guests came out on April 26 to support Jewish Family Services of Greenwich and the many essential programs and services it offers at the agency’s annual benefit, “Stand Up for JFS!” The evening, chaired by Peter Furth, included entertainment by stand-up comedian Dave Siegel, as well as dinner and a live auction. It was held at the newly constructed Greenwich Reform Synagogue. Since its founding in 1983, JFS of Greenwich has provided area residents with individual counseling on a sliding scale, and divorce, bereavement, caregiver and pet loss support group counseling. The agency’s Supermarketing for Seniors program, 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.
CAP: At the annual “Stand Up for JFS!” Benefit held in Greenwich were (l to r): Margery Abrams, JFS Executive Director Lisa Loraine Smith, and UJA/JCC Greenwich Executive Director Pam Ehrenkranz.