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Helping One Another

WHC's buildings may be closed, but we are always here for you -- especially during this difficult time.

If you need a helping hand or a listening ear, please let us know.

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Support the Silent Auction & Local Businesses

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The Women of WHC's Silent Auction Committee needs your help!

We're asking each member of the Women of WHC to donate $10 so that we can purchase restaurant gift cards now and help support businesses that are struggling because of the COVID-19 crisis. These small businesses need cash flow now -- and this is an easy way for us to help! The restaurant gift cards will be auctioned at our event later in the year.

We'd like each member to give $10, but of course, donating more is ok too!

Please click here to make your donation

Honoring Our Heroes

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As the fight against the coronavirus continues, we would like to recognize those in our WHC community who are working on and supporting the front lines. 

From doctors and nurses to restaurant managers to first responders, we want to celebrate the sacrifices these WHC members are making to help us all cope with the COVID-19 crisis.

Please click here to nominate a WHC Hero.

Please contact the WHC Communications Team with any questions.

Bereavement Support Group

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Now, more than ever, Washington Hebrew Congregation strives to provide support to its members who may be in need during their time of grief.

Washington Hebrew Congregation’s Bereavement Support Group, facilitated by Rachel Ehrenberg, LICSW, provides mutual support and education to those who have experienced a loss during the last 18 months.

Limited in size, this program recognizes each person’s unique way of grieving and provides a confidential and respectful environment for the bereaved to explore their feelings, begin working through complex issues of loss, and start to heal.

Important note: Because WHC's buildings remain closed due to COVID-19, this group will meet virtually via Zoom.
 
If you would like to participate, please email Layne Weiss. She will be in touch to discuss next steps.

This program is sponsored by the Edlavitch-Tyser Family Relations Forum.