Sid Jacobson JCC’s annual Friendship Circle Luncheon raised more than $267,000 for Adult Day programs. The event was held on June 5, at Old Westbury Golf & Country Club. The Friendship Circle was founded by Denise Silverberg, while the luncheon was chaired by Marnie Naiburg-Smith.
The event benefited Alzheimer’s, strokes, Parkinson’s and other neurological degenerative diseases including young onset programs for those in their 30s, 40s and 50s.
Now in its 16th year, the annual luncheon raises funds to provide financial sustainability for the Adult Day programs at Sid Jacobson JCC that improve the lives of those afflicted with dementia and other chronic conditions as well as providing support and education for their families.
To make a donation to benefit SJJCC’s Adult Day programs, visit www.sjjcc.org/luncheon.