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Lisa Webber, Har HaShem director of communications with JFS client Bella Barnett and her JFS Friendly Visitor Judy Herried.

Har HaShem Provides Purim Baskets for JFS Clients

Lisa Webber, Har HaShem director of communications with JFS client Bella Barnett and her JFS Friendly Visitor Judy Herried.
Lisa Webber, Har HaShem director of communications with JFS client Bella Barnett and her JFS Friendly Visitor Judy Herried.

Recently, the board, staff, and members of Congregation Har HaShem generously donated 40 mishloach manot Purim baskets for the seniors and adults with disabilities whom Boulder Jewish Family Service (JFS) serves. The mitzvah of giving mishloach manot is meant to ensure that everyone has enough food for the Purim feast and to increase love and friendship among Jews as a counter to Haman’s assertion that the Jewish people are characterized by strife and discord.

JFS Friendly Visitor volunteer Anita Simon delivers a Purim basket to Max Goldberg.
JFS Friendly Visitor volunteer Anita Simon delivers a Purim basket to Max Goldberg.

Twenty-six JFS volunteers delivered the baskets and our clients were so appreciative of this act of kindness!

About Alaina Green

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

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