Judaism urges each person to be a "mensch," someone who goes out of the way to help others. Visiting the sick, feeding the hungry, and comforting mourners are special priorities. In short, Jews are supposed to take care of those in need of anything from housing to education.

If you would like to donate some time to help the greater community this year, please contact Juli Roos at juliroos@cox.net.

If you would like to volunteer your time at the WRJC office, please contact Claudie Goldstein at claudie@wrjc.org or 208-726-1183. 

Karen Saks is our Caring Committee Chair.