10,000 Diapers for Maine Babies!
The Jewish Community Alliance of Southern Maine (JCA) was once again the recipient of the Keller Williams Culture Committee's winter giving project in Portland, ME. Together, KW agents, teams and staff members rallied to provide over 40 dozen diapers plus cash that will allow Michael Klahr Jewish Family Services (KJFS) to purchase and distribute an additional 10,000 diapers to Maine families.
According to Adam Seigal, Manager of KJFS, "The KW diaper drive will provide diapers to 100 local families in need. Gifts like this from Keller Williams truly have the power to change the lives of our neighbors in a compassionate, dignified way."
Through numerous programs which provide food, diapers, utility assistance, holiday gifts and companionship, KJFS seeks to make tangible the mitzvah (good deed) of tikkun olam (repairing the world) in our community and beyond.
To learn more about the work of JCA and KJFS, or if you know someone in need of diapers, visit mainejewish.org - or reach out to your Keller Williams agent. At KW Maine, giving back to the local communities and to people in need is a fundamental part of the culture, and connecting people to resources is something agents are thrilled to do.