Over the coming months the National Affinity Group on Jewish Poverty will be hosting a series of webinars and virtual meetups to discuss the many challenges the coronavirus pandemic has created for Jews facing poverty and the agencies that serve them. We will hear the needs from the service providers on the ground supporting our front lines, share best practices and information, and strategize on ways to respond collectively.
Each webinar is moderated by Susan Ditkoff of The Bridgespan Group Boston and will feature key leaders and focus on particular needs: The first one (above) focused on food insecurity and housing, and the second one focused on mental health and aging. The third will be on Tuesday, June 9th from 12-1pm ET – please hold the date.
Speakers for May 14
Lisa K. Budlow, Chief Executive Officer, CHAI Baltimore; Jessica Chait, Managing Director, Food Programs at Met Council on Jewish Poverty; Jeffrey Schoenfeld, JFN Board Member