Volunteers make special needs children feel better about themselves by being a friend that genuinely cares about them. Truly remarkable friendships develop between the children with special needs and their new friends.
A volunteer’s commitment and readiness to give of their time reminds us that today’s teenagers are caring, compassionate, and dedicated to bringing a culture change of inclusion to our community.
Contact Rabbi Sholom Kessler for further information. (561) 788-4388