Mark Shapiro, president of Samost Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern New Jersey, describes the critical services provided by JFCS for families in need in South Jersey. Programs range from food pantries and job […]
The Bookmates reading program is one of many initiatives of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Southern New Jersey that are supported through Super Sunday campaign contributions. In this video, JCRC President Myra Gutin describes […]
Evan Dannenbaum, regional president of the B’nail B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO) tells JCV-TV’s Steve Lubetkin why young people are engaged and involved in the Super Sunday fund raiser.
Super Sunday co-chairs Jamie Dollinger and Suzanne Levy-Polikoff praised the many volunteers who manned the phones and handled donation paperwork during the January 27 Super Sunday fundraiser at the Katz JCC.The pair also invited volunteers […]
The Mitzvah Camp, a program for children of people volunteering at the Jewish Federation’s Super Sunday fund raising event, donated $36, or “double chai” to the Super Sunday event. Sheri Pecarsky, Young Adult Division Community […]
Newly appointed as Jewish Federation CEO in South Jersey, Jennifer Dubrow Weiss describes some new program initiatives that will benefit from Super Sunday fundraising, in an interview with JCV-TV’s Steve Lubetkin.
Marc Dannenbaum, president of the Katz Jewish Community Center, discusses the community center’s role in helping to raise money for the Super Sunday campaign.
Iris Morrow Snyder, co-chair of the Young Adult Division of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, tells Steve Lubetkin of Jewish Community Voice Television why young adults should make a commitment to supporting Jewish […]
New Jersey State Sen. James Beach was one of a number of political leaders who stopped by to show support for Super Sunday fundraising activities. Beach spoke with JCV-TV’s Steve Lubetkin
Betty Adler, president of the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey, discusses the importance of Super Sunday with Jewish Community Voice TV’s Steve Lubetkin.