Parlor Meeting at the Levins
Home parlor meetings are a successful way to educate friends and associates about the Foundation’s work and accomplishments. Two were hosted earlier this year by Jennifer and Bill Byer and Tracey and Jim Bowman. This week, Stacy and Howard Levin held a home parlor meeting to introduce their neighbors and acquaintances to the Foundation over refreshments, with a relaxed presentation and question-and-answer afterwards. Parlor meetings are a great way to introduce your social network to the Foundation, its community-grants program and how it operates. If you are interested in helping the Foundation achieve its goals and think your friends and/or associates would be interested, why not consider hosting a parlor meeting in your home? We would be happy to put it together and would be most grateful for your willingness to open your home on behalf of the Columbus Jewish Foundation. Contact Foundation Director of Development Gary Robins at 614-338-2365 or email@example.com for more information.