Super Sunday 20/20—The Vision is Clear

October 28, 2019

What’s Happening

Sunday, November 17, 9:30 am–1 pm
Sandler Family Campus

Super Sunday, as always, is being planned by a group of up and coming visionary leaders.

Now called Rishon: Emerging Leaders, the group has spent the last few months learning about the Jewish community and planning this special fundraising day supporting it. During the process, they’ve learned about United Jewish Federation of Tidewater’s Annual Community Campaign and the way those dollars impact locally and around the globe. They visited a few local agencies including Beth Sholom Village, Jewish Family Service, and Strelitz International Academy. They also had presentations from additional agencies they were unable to visit.

“Super Sunday is the one day of year that our community rallies together for one unified mission, to raise funds that support the Jewish agencies that matter to us, says Amie Harrell, Super Sunday chair. “No matter what is happening in the world outside of the JCC, we stand in solidarity and with deep commitment to ensure the future of our Jewish values.”

The emerging leaders’ VISION is clear. The United Jewish Federation of Tidewater’s 2020 Vision is all about community. Join the community and help make the calls that make a difference. This year, in addition to the Phone-A-Thon, Super Sunday School will take place at the Reba and Sam Sandler Family Campus. Seventh graders from the various Sunday Schools will participate in a joint session focusing on community and philanthropy.

“Having young community members involved in the efforts of Super Sunday will help insure our community’s future is bright!” says Jasmine Amitay, Young Leadership Campaign manager.

“The funds we raise will help build on the work that has been done for years to ensure its continued growth and success. It is important that the entire community supports the mission by volunteering to make the calls and take the calls,” says Harrell. “Be a model for our younger generations and show them how much this community means to us.”

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