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Thanking Project S.A.R.A.H. for Its Important Work

This past Sunday, my wife Dena and I were incredibly honored to be the recipients of Project S.A.R.A.H.’s volunteer recognition award at its annual breakfast – one of the largest fundraising breakfasts in our area. Without question, Project S.A.R.A.H. is a critical community organization that we wish did not have to exist, but clearly must. Taking care of our community’s women, men and children facing these types of sensitive and difficult domestic challenges is an essential community service.

On a personal note, Project SA.R.A.H. has taught us how to react if we come into contact with abuse of any kind. Their constancy, reliability and extremely low radar, behind-the-scenes work in so many ways means we must use all of our resources to assist them with their work in any way we can. At The Jewish Link, abuse issues come up from time to time that we can’t talk about as we receive letters and calls from all manner of individuals and families, but we can talk about how we have been able to utilize the many resources that Project S.A.R.A.H. provides to help out our neighbors. What they do is invaluable, important, and it has changed lives for the better.

We thank Project S.A.R.A.H. and all of its leaders, volunteers, staff members and therapists for the work they do every day. We were heartened and proud to be honored alongside Dr. Mark and Susan Wiesen, and Rabbi Michael and Bassie Taubes. We thank them for their invaluable service to the community.

By Moshe Kinderlehrer

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