LARCHMONT, N.Y. – UJA-Federation of New York’s Westchester Women’s Philanthropy explored the complexity of family relationships with Rabbi Lori Koffman at a private home in Larchmont on Thursday.
Nearly 50 women came together to learn the Jewish perspective on the joys and challenges of being parents.
“We have something in common,” said Susie Schnall, an event chair from Purchase. “We share the same values and concerns. We’re Jewish women who care about our families and want to understand and elevate those relationships. And we’re here today, coming together under the auspices of UJA-Federation of New York, which means that we also share values that are common to the Jewish community – caring for those in need, ensuring that there is a Jewish community tomorrow and finding meaning in our heritage and legacy.”
Event chairs included Rickie Broff of Scarsdale, Caren Osten Gerszberg of Larchmont, Nancy Kanterman of Mamaroneck, Allison Spitalny of Scarsdale, and Amy Tanenbaum of Harrison.
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