The seventh annual Night of 100 Dinners was a success for Jewish Family Service of Bergen County. The event, which took place on Saturday, Dec. 6, reverberated with warmth and commitment towards our neighbors who are struggling. It was particularly touching to see the community pulling together at a time of economic challenge and still show strong support. All proceeds from the event go directly to support the community we serve.
More than 300 guests attended this special night, which began with a cocktail reception hosted and sponsored by Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. Afterwards, guests enjoyed intimate dinners and conversations at various homes within Bergen County. Twenty-five gracious couples hosted dinners in support of the agency. Also instrumental to the fund-raiser were 22 generous sponsors.
A non-profit agency, JFS’ mission is to strengthen and preserve the well-being of individuals and families; to help them effectively meet the challenges and changes through life by providing quality human services to all who call upon its services. Accomplishing this mission is made possible through the collective kindness of guests, dinner hosts, and sponsors of Night of 100 Dinners. JFS is grateful for their support.
The remarkable work and dedication of Night of 100 Dinners committee co-chairs and agency staff, which made this event possible, is also greatly appreciated.