|Many people have been asking, “How can I help?” We’ve put together a list of opportunities that will really have a significant impact on the lives of our new community members. Please take a look and contact Becca or Paul if you can help us.
We have four families in Madison already, and it now looks like there will be more on the way.With the newest executive order on hold, the State Department is actually picking up the pace of moving refugees to the United States. We need your help to be ready.
Please don’t forget that we still need you to advocate for refugees:
Call your legislators and let them know that you support refugee program and oppose the executive orders banning refugees. Go to www.rcusa.org/advocate-now for information of how to advocate.
Thank you to everyone working with JSS and the new families and for making them feel welcome.
Here are some volunteer opportunities working with older adults that JSS really needs right now:
- Hanging pictures
- Hanging shelves
- Fixing a shower
- Light cleaning
- Friendly visitors, someone to play some games with, go for a walk
- Help with organizing paperwork, paying bills
- Help with figuring out iPhone and downloading pictures
- Small house repairs
Come be a volunteer at a community Passover Seder!
Thursday April 13th at Capitol Lakes
Friday April 14th at Oakwood Village
Contact Paul Borowsky at (608) 422-4083 or email@example.com if you are interested!
Bikur Cholim/Friendly Visitor – Visitors make brief visits, does not have to be on a regular basis but can be when convenient for you.