A Mental Wellness Initiative... Before it is Too Late
Healing of the Body & Mind
FJMC Foundation for Jewish Life and the FJMC are excited to bring to Conservative Judaism a Mental Wellness Initiative.
FJMC has been working diligently with our members, synagogues, and regions to develop ways to bring families together to address anxiety, depression, addiction, and suicide.
With your help we can together develop a program that will help our children, parents, and grandparents gain the resiliency to deal with these serious realities of life.
Our Vision of this initiative is to:
Develop programming to bring awareness, education and prevention dealing with anxiety, depression, addiction, and suicide in our community. There will be a specific emphasis on guiding parents and grandparents of preschool and elementary age children.
Provide grants and stipends to men’s clubs, synagogues, and regions that develop creative and innovative programming addressing awareness, education, and prevention of anxiety, depression, addiction and suicide.
Provide think tanks and educational opportunities for clergy and lay leaders to help their synagogues and men’s clubs address Mental Wellness.
Make part of your legacy to your family and community funding this valuable initiative that will help define the future of FJMC.
You can make a difference
$36 helps to provide a grant to a men’s club
$54 helps provide educational materials for LDI and for convention
$108 provides us the ability to build our corpus to supply those grants
$250 provides the ability to bring programs to synagogues including yours
$1000 or more provides the critical funding for professionally developing new programming.
The FJMC Foundation for Jewish Life thanks you for your generosity and commitment to this new defining initiative. All donations will be applied toward Fellow recognition at $1000 or more total gifting to this and other FJMC Foundation funded initiatives. We accept PayPal and all major credit cards.
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