A group of Holocaust survivors, their caregivers, and Jewish Family Service of Central New Jersey volunteers and staff gathered at the Mitzi & Warren Eisenberg Multi-Purpose Center at the JFSCNJ Halpern Building in Elizabeth on June 22 for a Café Europa program with lunch and entertainment by Seth Huttel. Rabbi Stephanie Dickstein, a chaplain from the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ, attended the program and was introduced to the group.
The program for Holocaust survivors is also livestreamed for participants and their caregivers to enjoy in their homes.
Funds from the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater MetroWest NJ allow Café Europa to be hybrid, so homebound survivors and their caregivers can watch on livestream. Funders include the Wilf Family Foundations and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
For more information on JFSCNJ programs for Holocaust survivors, email Debbie Rosenwein at email@example.com, email Greg Yucht at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (908) 352-8375.