Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Ed affixes a mezuzah.

Celebrating the progress.

Signing on the line.

The Elaine and James Schoke Jewish Family Service of Fairfield County announced its move to 196 Greyrock Place in Stamford, Connecticut. The new offices, now called the Schoke Jewish Family Service—Smilow Family Campus, have been named in honor of a generous gift from the Smilow Family. Providing a modernized space, conveniently located in “downtown Stamford,” Schoke will continue to sustain families and individuals through all of life’s challenges and build strong, healthy communities. Ground floor entry will benefit clients with physical limitations. Schoke’s Freedberg Family Kosher Food Pantry will triple in size to serve a rapidly expanding client base. Expanded mental health, wellness, social and educational programming will be offered in comfortable meeting spaces, as the organization shares its services with the community.

To learn more about the programming and services at Schoke JFS, please visit www.ctjfs.org

 

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