Staff Spotlight: Tania Gray

What motivates and inspires you most about your work? I say this a lot, but I truly have the best job ever! I love interacting with people and hearing their stories. Getting to know our amazing volunteers and having the privilege of learning about them is one of the best parts of the job. Our volunteers…

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Staff Spotlight: Stacey Schneiderman

What path led you to your current role at JBBBS?  It all started one day when I followed my soon to be husband to Yom Sport one Sunday in 2007. That afternoon, I was signed up for a volunteer intake.  I was currently working professionally as a special educator and always had a passion being surrounded…

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Staff Spotlight: Jenny George

I feel fortunate to work with a team of colleagues who so whole-heartedly believe in the value of social service and the mentoring connection.

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JBBBS Newsletter – CEO Message and Program Updates

A Message from our CEO When will this winter of our collective discontent ever end? Perhaps when we receive our vaccines? Perhaps when our younger children are all able to return to school, when our older children can resume their lives, and when we will once again be able to hug and kiss our parents and grandparents.…

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Q&A with JBBBS’ New Board Chair: Jeff Maimon

With the need for connection and community even more important than ever, JBBBS’ work is even more critical than ever before. We spoke with our new Board Chair, Jeff Maimon to learn more about his commitment to JBBBS and hear his hopes for our future.

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Important Update Regarding JBBBS Events

A message from Jeffrey Savit, President and CEO Dear Friends, What a trying, incomprehensible few weeks these last few weeks have been for all of us. We are all trying to adjust our lives and plans while doing all we can to safeguard the public health and well being of those around us.   All of us connected to JBBBS – professionals,…

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Ideas for matches and families during social distancing

A common practice used is to discuss the day’s Highs and lows. This can be done at a particular time each day. It can be during dinner or right after school. Going around in a circle allows for equality, and a sense of control. Each person shares a high and low aspect of the day…

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