Jewish Senior Living magazine 2011/2012
With dramatic changes in health care, reductions in government subsidies, and a growing population of older adults on the horizon, leaders Daniel Ruth, Michael Adler, David Friedman, Arlene Krieger, and Larry Marks discuss future plans and the development of new entities, and explain how the Jewish Home of San Francisco will continue to thrive.Read More
Echoing the lyrics of the summer camp song, Nancy and Norman Rossen are making new friends and keeping old ones at Moldaw Family Residences. They were the first couple to move into the retirement community when it opened in 2009, and they are delighted that it is everything they expected, and more.Read More
The power of playing for par – and better. The 17th annual fundraising golf tournament, dinner and auction, benefiting the Jewish Home, raised a remarkable $232,000.
Lexus of Serramonte has supported the Jewish Home’s golf tournament auction for more than a dozen years because “It’s the right thing to do.”Read More
A plot of land near the Sea of Galilee is part of an estate left to the Jewish Home.
Consider making a gift to the Jewish Home that benefits you both now and in the long-term.
Securing his own home was important to Guenther Zimmermann.Read More
Norman Rossen goes through his workout routine at the Oshman Family JCC, located on the Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life in Palo Alto.
Go to the article on Moldaw Family Residences to read about the life and lifestyle he and his wife, Nancy, enjoy at Moldaw.
The Jewish Home of San Francisco is a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, and Jewish Home & Senior Living Foundation.