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Beyond Chicken Soup Cookbook

In 1996, a committee of the Jewish Home Auxiliary published

a cookbook called “Beyond Chicken Soup.” The original print

order was for 10,000 copies.

It’s now 2017 – and The Auxiliary has sold 25,000 copies and

donated almost $200,000 to the Jewish Home to build the

“Beyond Chicken Soup” kitchen.

Please help us continue this success by purchasing your copy.

Books are available for $18 and sold in the Jewish Home

Gift Shop.

Honor a Loved One Today:

Tribute & Endowment Giving Opportunities

Tribute giving provides for meaningful activities, each and every day

Have you ever wondered how aging in America would be different if every elder had the opportunity to engage in

meaningful activities– each and every day? Here at the Jewish Home they do, thanks to the generosity of friends and

family.

Funds raised through tribute and memorial giving allows Jewish Senior

Life

to redefine care with an approach that

nurtures the whole person: mind, body and spirit. Your generosity provides supplemental programming for Home

residents including excursions, recreation and art therapy programming, chaplaincy and spiritual life experiences,

and music that delights all residents.

How can you help?

Make a gift to remember a loved one, or to recognize the care that a family member receives

at the Jewish Home. Or, honor special occasions of loved ones for birthdays, bar and bat mitzvahs, weddings and

anniversaries. With each tribute, an acknowledgement will be sent to your honoree or honoree’s family notifying

them of your thoughtful gift.

Tribute donations may be made online at:

www.jewishseniorlifefoundation.org/donate-now/

using our secure form,

or call us at

585-784-6384

.

Other Ways to Remember a Loved One

Memorial plaques may be inscribed with your loved one’s name and date of death and placed in the Joseph E.

Silverstein Memorial Court outside the Goldberg Center at the Jewish Home. The perpetual observance (

yahrzeit

)

includes an acknowledgment of your loved one during the month of the anniversary of his or her death. In addition,

the recitation of the traditional memorial prayer (Kaddish) may be said during weekly services. To remember a loved

one with a memorial plaque and perpetual observance, please contact

Chris DelRegno

, Administrative Assistant,

Jewish Senior

Life

Foundation, at

585-784-6376

. Plaques may be purchased with a minimum donation of $250.