Super Sunday, Jewish Federation’s largest annual volunteer endeavor and fundraising campaign, kicked off a Super Week! Hundreds of South Jersey residents took shifts to help raise more than $1-million in just one week for the Jewish Federation’s 2017 JFund campaign. Here are pictures of our community hard at work and having fun raising money to help Jewish Federation run its vital programs and services to support Jewish communities worldwide.
Coming out to show his support was NJ Assemblyman Paul Moriarty (D-4). Welcoming Moriarty (left)
was Jewish Federation CEO Jennifer Dubrow Weiss (second from left), Jewish Federation President
Glenn Fuhrman, and Super Sunday liaison to elected officials Karin Elkis.
Cong. Beth El came out in full force to make phone calls and assist with clerical duties.
Moorestown Jewish Association Co-presidents Kelly Gorel (left) and Marla Deibler help with clerical on Super Sunday.
Super Sunday Co-chairs Adam and Nikki David (left) and Sharonne and Sean Litz.
JFund Chair Harriet Schulman making the call on Super Sunday.
A huge thank-you to the Marvin Samson Foundation for matching any new or increased pledge, doubling the impact of those gifts, for Super Sunday/Week. Marvin’s daughter and Foundation representative Joanna Greenfield and her family (husband Brett and children Marley and Blake) showed their support by stopping by on Super Sunday.
Parents, students, teachers, and board from Kellman Brown Academy came out to make the call on Super Sunday.
Super Sunday Committee member and Federation Board member Missy Wayne and her daughters, Nina and Leah, sorted pledge cards at Super Sunday.
Rabbi Zeke Bergida of Foxman Torah Institute, who is new to the community, volunteered for his first Super Sunday this year. His experience was so positive that he returned to make calls for the second shift.
At the registration table for the second shift on Super Sunday were (from left), Lisa Welsch, Federation chief advancement officer; Rachel Klingenstein, Federation development officer; and Adam David, Super Sunday co-chair. Arriving to volunteer were (from left), Hope Morgan, JFCS president; Amy Milgrim, Jewish Community Foundation executive director; and Dr. Barnard Kaplan, Jewish Community Voice board member.
Politz Day School showed its support for the community and volunteered as a group.
The Super Sunday Committee worked tirelessly to make this year such a great success.
Members of Temple Beth Sholom came out to show their support on Super Sunday.
Teen volunteers inscribed books for Bags of Books, which generously provides thousands of children’s books for children in need, encouraging reading with a personalized book and letting kids know that reading is fun. Helping to inscribe the books were (from left), Marisa Weinberg and Sophie Sable.
Jewish Federation Vice President Dr. Neil Levin and his wife, Jewish Senior Housing & Healthcare Service President Andi Levin, helped make an impact on Super Sunday.