Jewish Nevada Appreciates All Who GIVE Back to Our Community
Giving is not just about donating; it's about making a difference. Many of our volunteers have dedicated years of service sitting on an array of Jewish agency boards and committees, while others participate during an Annual Good Deeds Day or Super Sunday. These activities represent full days of giving back to the community.
No matter the scope, our volunteers are the fuel behind transformation in this community. Todd Polikoff, Jewish Nevada CEO states, “Jewish Nevada is a volunteer lead and professionally run organization. It is this partnership that has allowed Jewish Nevada to be the representative organization for the Jewish community of our state for over 50 years. Without the dedication, commitment, and philanthropy of our volunteers and lay leadership our community would not be as vibrant and robust as it is today."
Every community runs on the energy of its leaders, and there are two that deserve the spotlight today, Josh Pianko, Allocations Committee Chair, and Brad Goldberg, Marketing Committee Chair. These two have taken leadership to the next level and have truly made an impact on the way Jewish Nevada operates and provides for the community - from our allocations process - to the way Jewish Nevada looks and feels today. Brad Goldberg comments, “I have been incredibly fortunate in my life and will never know the hardships that so many in our community face. Volunteering with Jewish Nevada allows me to understand the needs and give something back to the community that has given me so much for over 25 years."
Jewish Nevada's goal is to foster a culture of philanthropy and service and engage volunteers to meet vital community needs in every aspect. We address so many important causes and connect people in so many ways. When you support Jewish Nevada, you are feeding the hungry, funding Jewish education and elder care, advancing breakthrough initiatives, and so much more. Jewish Nevada touches every aspect of Jewish life through the agencies we support, such as JCC and Jewish Family Service Agency. JCC Volunteer, Lauren Eisenberg says, "there is still so much to do."
Get involved and be the start of something bigger than yourself. Join us for Super Sunday on October 29th from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Desert Torah Academy for a fun filled family day of volunteering.
Visit our website for more information on volunteer opportunities or reach out directly to firstname.lastname@example.org