• Several hundred DOROT volunteers visited over 500 frail and homebound seniors who reside in Manhattan and Westchester County, alleviating their social isolation by participating in DOROT’s Passover Package Delivery on Sunday, March 17. MORE
• Through a new partnership between DOROT and the Jewish Community Center (JCC) in Manhattan — Birthright Passport, homebound and socially isolated older adults celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel Independence Day, with younger volunteers on Sunday, April 14. MORE
• On Sunday, April 28, teenage volunteers from Next Generation
, DOROT’s teen leadership council, participated in Global Youth Service Day, the largest service event in the world, by visiting homebound seniors to celebrate their birthdays and assisting frail elders on an intergenerational museum outing. MORE
Not a DOROT volunteer yet? Even with your busy schedule, you can make a difference in the lives of the elderly—thanks to a wide selection of DOROT volunteer opportunities
. Check them out!
If you know of anyone who needs DOROT’s services, please call us at 212–769–2850, or visit www.dorotusa.org
for more information.