November 13, 2009
SJCS is, quite simply, a reflection of Jewish identity at its best. Families bringing meals to a teacher recovering from surgery. 5th graders making direct eye contact and offering warm smiles to the homeless as they distribute food. Kindergartners bringing out pennies and nickles to put into the Tz'dakah box on Friday. Opportunities for taking responsibility, for reflection, for awareness, and for learning. It's community with songs for Shabbat, and Brachot for the small gratitudes in each day. It's personal accountability and collective values. For me, SJCS has given purpose to my work, and pride to my Jewishness.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
It has enabled me to engage in a community with values and feel good about the future of Jewish education
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
MY ROLE:Donor & Whatever I could to further the school and its mission.