KIMMEL-SPILLER HEALING CENTER
The Kimmel-Spiller Healing Center provides a welcoming, tranquil
space for the community to gather and visit, or simply reflect.
The Center also offers wellness and self-awareness programs
throughout the year, as well as numerous volunteer opportunities
for adults, children and teens.
Bereavement Group — Free & open to the community
group to help confront uncertainty, confusion while rallying personal
strength, courage, and hope. Discussion includes contemporary and
ancient prayers, psalms and rituals. The group is facilitated clergy or
health-care professionals. Dates ad times are will be determined by the
required. Call 302-478-9411 #128.
For more assistance…
abound with JFS. Help by mentoring at risk youth working toward their
GED. Participate in special projects
including: preparing Meals that Heal or offering a Holiday Helping Hand for
families during the winter holidays. Volunteers can also assist
an older adult by connecting with them through phone calls, friendly
visits or running errands through our Shop for a Friend
program. Assistance in office work is always appreciated. Our
receptionist wears twenty different hats; assisting her with answering
phones, handling data entry and filing would be marvelous! And of
course, assistance is always needed for our gift basket program in which
creative individuals can assist with assembling and wrapping baskets or
delivering the baskets.
values donations for vulnerable families including:
frozen meals or soup to stock our mitzvah pantry
Gas cards, phone
cards, and gift cards for clothing and school supplies
Wheeled carts to
transport baskets and supplies
Community Service and Mitzvah Projects
These volunteer projects are
wonderful opportunities for young people to get involved!
Whether part of school extra-curricular requirements, a coming
bar/bat mitzvah, or simply an activity for a summer day, The
Kimmel-Spiller Healing Center offers several projects to build
community spirit and help those in need.
Community Service or Mitzvah Projects can
also be developed for small student groups or individuals
wishing to fulfill volunteer hours within the community.
To join in a
project or for more information, complete the
e-mail Volunteer Network Coordinator, Sarah
LaFave at SLaFave@jfsdelaware.org
or call at (302) 478-9411 #128.