On February 24th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., over 600 caring and enthusiastic members of our communities signed on to join the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia for Super Sunday. Spirits were high at all five of our locations across the region — Malvern, Bala Cynwyd, Fort Washington, Newtown and Center City. Together, volunteers of all ages from every corner of Greater Philadelphia worked together to exceed our Super Sunday goal by raising $500,000 from generous supporters, which will enable us to continue serving vulnerable populations, inspiring community engagement and supporting Jewish life and learning. Thanks to all of our wonderful volunteers for helping make Super Sunday 2019 a huge success!
US Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (right) presents a U.S. Capitol flag dedicated to the Jewish Federation to Director of Community Engagement Addie Klein and Bucks County Jewish Coalition Chair Alan Sheinberg at Shir Ami in Bucks County.
From left to right- Jodi Miller, Tracy Gordon, Holly Nelson and Jewish Federation Board Chair Susanna Lachs Adler enjoyed the morning at the JFCS building in Bala Cynwyd.
Super Sunday Co-Chairs Amanda Prine and Marc Prine spent the day cheering on volunteers and found time to make some phone calls themselves.
Hurriyah Amatullah Bey and her granddaughter enjoyed making phone calls from the Jewish Federation building in Center City.
The community came out in droves for Super Sunday at Convergent Technologies, Inc. in Malvern.
Children take part in playtime activities while their parents make phone calls at Super Sunday in Bala Cynwyd.
Mary and Nathan Relles (standing) and Stephanie and Ilan Sussan (sitting) lead the Super Sunday team at the SofterWare office in Fort Washington.
Jewish Federation President and CEO Naomi Adler makes calls with JFCS President and CEO Paula Goldstein.
Students from Kohelet Yeshiva High School helped raise critical funds for the Jewish Federation at Super Sunday in Bala Cynwyd.
Philadelphia Councilman Alan Domb and Ron Desir catch up at Super Sunday in Center City.
Students from Temple University Hillel joined fellow Hillel members from Penn and Drexel to make phone calls and write letters to thank supporters on Super Sunday.