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Afternoon Social with Selfhelp Community Services in Brooklyn

 

Afternoon Social with Selfhelp Community Services in Brooklyn

Help throw an afternoon gathering for Holocaust Survivors living in Brooklyn. Volunteers will spend the afternoon serving lunch, and mingling with the seniors. Volunteers will also have the opportunity to listen to a lecture by a representative of the Israeli consulate. Assistance is needed throughout the event with everything from set-up and meal preparation and service to clean-up and helping the seniors to their cars after the event.

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Selfhelp Community Services was founded in 1936, and their mission is to help seniors and at-risk populations throughout New York City maintain their independence and dignity through a spectrum of housing, home health care, and social services. They currently serve more than 20,000 New Yorkers each year, while also remaining the largest provider of comprehensive services to Holocaust survivors in North America.