JFS Looking for Friendly Visitors

Have an hour to spare one day a week? Make a huge difference in the life of a senior by becoming a JFS Friendly Visitor.

You are individually matched with someone and the time could be spent talking, going for coffee, taking a walk-whatever the two of you choose. Both people enjoy a new friendship, and the volunteer knows he/she has made a difference in someone’s life.

Interested? Contact Ingrid Swords, Volunteer Coordinator, at Jewish Family Service at 303-415-1025 or email iswords@jewishfamilyservice.org

About Ingrid Swords

I am the Volunteer Coordinator at Jewish Family Service (Boulder)

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