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As a resident of a Jewish Senior



whether it’s the Summit at Brighton, Wolk Manor,

the Lodge at Wolk Manor or the Jewish Home of

Rochester; you enjoy the benefits of the Jewish



Annual Fund and the generosity of family

members and friends every single day. That’s because

the Annual Fund invests in meaningful life experiences

for residents, as well as in staff development and



Children and grandchildren also share in the

Jewish Senior Life experience.

A valuable way to share in your loved one’s experience

is to participate in the Family Giving Program. The

Family Giving Program is a new program, part of the

Jewish Senior


Annual Fund, which raises funds to

support meaningful life programs and staff training and

development programs to support all our communities.

We continue to be grateful to the children and

grandchildren of our residents for their generosity.

Residents, and children and grandchildren of residents

are invited to participate in their loved ones resident

experience through the Golden Alliance. Golden

Alliance members serve as ambassadors and provide

philanthropic leadership for Jewish Senior


with a

minimum investment of $500.

Golden Alliance Member courtesies include:

Special email announcements of significant Jewish



news and milestones

Enhanced communication through newsletters and

other publications.

Invitations to special events with other Golden

Alliance donors, including the annual Golden

Alliance dinner held each June.

Personal contact within the Jewish Senior


Foundation to assist with individual needs

and inquiries.

Please join us with your loved one for

the Rosenberg Concert Series

This year’s Rosenberg Summer Concert Series schedule

has been announced.

Upcoming events:

July 31 – Tullamore Celtic Band with Irish Dancers

August 14 – Krazy Firemen

Information regarding times and location are posted in the

Jewish Home’s lobby and on the Resident calendar.

Jewish Senior



New York State Workforce

Development Grant

We are pleased to announce that Jewish Senior



receive $100,000 from the Finger Lakes Regional Economic

Development Council.

The grant will be used for training, professional development

and career ladder advancement for 90 Certified Nursing

Assistants (CNAs) to prepare them to work as Adirim in our

new Green House Cottages.

Beginning in June, each employee will receive approximately

130 hours of training, to include modules on:

Green House Core Team skills

culinary skills

leadership, management, customer service,

communications, problem solving and decision making

It is critical that our staff be trained in this new and exciting

way to care for our elders and provide a real home experience.

In addition to this grant, Jewish Senior


is investing a

significant amount in Green House training.

How Annual Giving Impacts...