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UJA Women’s Philanthropy

Annual Luncheon

Marlene Gilbert, Randye Kwait, Bryanna Kallman and Debbie Rosmarin

The UJA women’s philanthropy annual luncheon celebrated the group’s year of activities. Cochairs Kim Kassin, Sheila Neilinger, Kelli Roth and Carolyn Surgent, UJA vice president welcomed the crowd to the luncheon, held at the Milbook Club. This year, guest speaker Alina Spaulding, originally from the Soviet Union and now head of Akiva Day School in Atlanta, received a standing ovation when she shared her personal journey of rescue and survival. For more than fifty years, UJA Greenwich has served as a humanitarian and philanthropic organization for the Greenwich Jewish community, providing funds for food, clothing, counseling and shelter for those in need locally and around the world. ujafedgreenwich.org