Boulder JFS Seeks Friendly Visitor Volunteer for Louisville Resident

Boulder-JFS-Centered-2x1Boulder Jewish Family Service (JFS) is seeking a Friendly Visitor volunteer for an 84-year-old Louisville resident. She would love someone to play games, such as Scrabble, brain games, and cards with, and to take her to Jewish events. She prefers to have a visitor on weekend afternoons, which could be perfect for a volunteer who works weekdays.

If you can help, or for more information, please contact Ingrid Swords at Boulder JFS, 303.415.1025.

 

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

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