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Who Wouldn’t Want to be a (JFS) Friendly Visitor?

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Definition:

friend-ly ( frend-lee) adjective

1. showing friendship

2. kind, helpful

3. inclined to approve, help or support

4. amicable

vis-i-tor (viz-i-ter) noun

1.a person who visits as for reasons of friendship, business, travel or the like.

Jewish Family Service (JFS) in Boulder is looking for volunteers for our seniors. If you consider yourself friendly and like to visit, please consider this volunteer opportunity! Many of our seniors are isolated, new to the area or just in need of a friend.

For more information, please contact Ingrid Swords, Volunteer Coordinator, at 303.415.1025 or iswords@jewishfamilyservice.org.

About Alaina Green

Associate Director of Marketing and Communications for Jewish Family Service of Colorado

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