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Alpert JFS Announces 20th Annual ‘No Excuse for Abuse’ Evening Featuring Comedian, Actor & Author Gary Gulman
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Nov 20, 2023, 9:08 AM ET
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“This will be our agency’s 50th anniversary celebration and 20th annual ‘No Excuse for Abuse’ fundraising event, illustrating five decades of Alpert JFS’ ongoing commitment to excellence in human service delivery, domestic abuse prevention, mental health support, suicide awareness and more,” said Marc Hopin, CEO of Alpert JFS.
“Year after year, this event and the guests we feature continue to both educate and inspire all those who participate,” added Gary Hoffman, Board Chair and President of Alpert JFS. “We are thankful for the continued support of Alpert JFS’ essential services.”
To learn more and/or to register for the event, please visit https://www.alpertjfs.org/2024noexcuse/. Sponsorship and other giving opportunities are also still available. For questions and/or more information, please contact events@AlpertJFS.org or call 561-713-1944.
No Excuse for Abuse Committee Members include: Dena and Don Abrams, Patti and Larry Abramson, Donna Baumzweig and David Ginsberg, Socki and Bruce Berg, Marjorie and Barry Berg, Jan and Dr. Robert Burke, Candy Cohn, Sheryl and Dr. Tommy Davidoff, Marjorie and Michael Feldman, Ellen and Ken Forrest, Nancy Funt Fortier and Dr. Daniel Fortier, Carolyn Gleimer Silbey, Renee and Dr. Robert Gordon, Hope and Gary Hoffman, Cecilia and Scott Holtz, Stacey and Michael Lampert, Ilene Lampert Goldstein and Greg Thorpe, Jennifer and Gary Lesser, Tami Lesser, Karen Levy-Lutner and Dr. Lawrence Lutner, Vivian Lieberman, Diann and Tom Mann, Maxine Marks, Zelda Mason, Samara Cooper-Mendelson and Dr. Avi Mendelson, Marsha and Mark Morrow, Ruth and David Naftaly, Robyn and Dale Rands, Beth Rappaport, Roni and Rabbi Michael Resnick, Susan Rothman, Harriet I. Samuels, Eva and Marvin Schlanger, Cindy and Dr. Allan Schlossberg, Lesley Sheinberg, Carol Sherman, Barbara and Peter Sidel, Hope and Gene Silverman, June and Dr. Jerome Spunberg, John Stern, Wendy and Justin Tulman, Chana and Rabbi Dovid Vigler, and Jill and Dr. Marc Weinberg.
About Alpert JFS
Founded in 1974, Ferd & Gladys Alpert Jewish Family Service (Alpert JFS) is a nationally accredited service provider for children, adults, seniors, and Holocaust survivors. The non-profit, non-sectarian organization is a trusted leader, with a team of over 100 skilled professionals delivering high-quality care to over 12,000 people each year, from Boynton Beach to Vero Beach. Alpert JFS was named 2023 Hats Off Nonprofit of the Year (Large Category) by Nonprofits First®. For the last 50 years, Alpert JFS has worked to ensure the well-being of individuals and families, the independence of older adults, and quality-of-life for individuals with disabilities. For more information, visit www.AlpertJFS.org or phone 561-684-1991.
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