HOW YOUR DONATIONS SUPPORT OUR SERVICES
Back 2 School Store
A two-day event set up like a department store. Adult volunteers escort children as they select clothing and supplies in their favorite colors and styles, many receiving new items for the first time in their lives.
Trained volunteers help people in crisis negotiate the court system.
Volunteers work at this South Nassau Communities Hospital program in Hewlett, as a free support
group for children 5-17 years of age who have a seriously ill sibling or parent with cancer.
Volunteers with this program enable children with special needs to reach new heights in their Jewish education.
Center For Adult Life Enrichment (CALE)
Senior volunteers participate in new and exciting programs, classes and lectures.
Volunteers knit and/or crochet unique lap and baby blankets which are donated to Children’s hospitals or Children’s wards.
A graduating senior from Hewlett, Lawrence and Lynbrook High Schools, who has shown leadership qualities and participation in community services is presented with a financial award.
Children who have financial needs are sent to summer sleep-away camp for a life-changing
English As A New Language & Special Tutorial Educational Program
We provide K-12 students with volunteers who assist them and their teachers in all phases of learning and developmental progress.
Five Town Early Learning Center (FTELC)
Our volunteers help young children in this program located in Inwood. Each child has the benefit of the volunteer’s individual attention.
Young readers are encouraged by a volunteer to share and enjoy reading experiences. Pre-School Dental & Vision Screening
These programs teach good health habits. Our volunteers examine, test and uncover possible dental and/or vision issues. When problems are detected, parents are informed.
We support women, children and families throughout Israel regardless of ethnicity, religion and economic status. The Cedarhurst Park was donated and is maintained by NCJW Peninsula Section.
UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE PLAYGROUND
The playground located in Cedarhurst was donated and is maintained by NCJW Peninsula Section.