The Jewish Home Foundation of North Jersey’s 25th annual Golf, Tennis & Card Outing will be held at the Montammy Golf Club on Monday, June 3. Funds raised will benefit programs and services that enrich the lives of seniors in the community, both in JHF facilities and in their homes. Howard Chernin, a longtime supporter of the annual fundraiser, is the honoree. Mr. Chernin is the co-founder of Cambridge Wilkinson, a global investment banking firm headquartered in New York City.
The Jewish Home Family and its member entities — the Jewish Home at Rockleigh, Jewish Home Assisted Living, Jewish Home at Home, and the Jewish Home Foundation — are not-for-profit organizations that provide long-term care, sub-acute rehabilitation, elder abuse shelter, outreach programs, and outpatient services for the elderly and their families in Bergen, North Hudson, and Rockland counties. The Jewish Home Family’s mission is to develop and oversee the best possible care, services, and advice for the elderly and their families at home and in their facilities, now and in the future, consistent with Jewish tradition and values.
The June 3 outing begins with brunch at 9:45 a.m.; golf has a shotgun start at 11:45; round-robin tennis tournament is at 1 p.m.; cards (bridge, mahjong, canasta) at 12:45; and cocktails and dinner at 5:30. Attendees can play golf, tennis, mahjong, canasta, or bridge. The charge for golf is $600 per person, including brunch and dinner; tennis $350 per person, including brunch and dinner; and card games, $180 per person, including brunch and snacks during game time. Dinner only is $200 per person. Sponsorship opportunities begin at $250 and do not require attendance.
For more information, call Molly Shulman at (551) 444-3166 or email her at MShulman@JewishHomeFamily.org.