Visiting Angels Pledges Multi-Year Donor Support for Jewish Family Service | Brigantine

Susan Kotzen Communications and Donor Relations, Jewish Family Service of Atlantic County, Submitted

MARGATE — Visiting Angels of Atlantic County has made a two-year pledge to the Jewish Family Service of Atlantic and Cape May counties. As an agency-building donor, the funds will enable seniors in the community to continue to benefit from programs and access services for their individual needs.

“At JFS, we are delighted to welcome Visiting Angels as a donor agency. Their generous funding will support a range of programs and services for seniors in the area,” said Andrea Steinberg, CEO of JFS. “Their health care business is committed to helping adults by providing comprehensive home care and we are proud to partner to help our local village members.”

Visiting Angels has supported and participated in JFS programs including The Lynn Kramer Village by the Shore, Card Party and Turkey Drive for over 13 years. The company sponsors fundraising events, participates in programs to share knowledge about home care options, and contributes to the pantry to help residents in need.

For the past 17 years, Visiting Angels owners and sisters, Patty Laychock, RRT, and Kathy Callahan, RN, BSN, have worked diligently to provide safe, quality home care services to seniors and people disabilities in the Atlantic County area.

For more information on donor opportunities, contact Beth Joseph, Senior Director of Communications and Donor Relations at [email protected] or 609-822-7409.

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