What does it mean to celebrate Sukkot when so many in our community are unhoused? At this Shabbat dinner and learning program hosted by the Marlene Meyerson JCC, we will wrestle with how we can be a welcoming and compassionate community in the midst of a housing crisis. Join us for a conversation with Andre Ward, Associate Vice President at The Fortune Society; Hilton Webb, Social Worker at OnPoint NYC; and current supportive housing resident. In the spirit of Sukkot, we will welcome our neighbors from the Fortune Society’s housing programs to join us for dinner, learning, and discussion.
Pre-registration is required. This event is for adults and teens aged 17 years and older.
Thank you to our partners: the New York Jewish Criminal Justice Coalition and the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan.