Janet Rose: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
February 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
In-person and online!
Learn how you too can be a Good Neighbor.
Fred Rodgers had it just right when he sang that last line of his song at the beginning of each Mister Rodger’s Neighborhood episode asking his listeners to extend a hand to one another as neighbors.
The Social Service Board of the New York Society for Ethical Culture is proud to introduce the “Good Neighbors Initiative.” We are partnering with the resident’s associations to bring programs and services to our neighbors in NYCHA’s Amsterdam Houses, Amsterdam Extension and Harborview that fulfills the Mission to “build listening relationships to develop responsive programs that alleviate the symptoms of systemic injustice to promote a more compassionate city.”
The platform will share the high points of the SSB’s 140+ year history and how you can be a “good neighbor” getting involved with the new Good Neighbors Initiative, My Own Book, and the Shelter.
Join us on February 12th to see highlights of the Social Service Board’s programs in 2022 and learn how you can volunteer or support our initiatives in 2023.
Janet Rose, Chair of the Social Service Board, has been a member of the New York Society for Ethical Culture for over five years. She was instrumental in the phenomenal success of the Reclaim Our Vote Campaigns, which addressed voter suppression in high suppression states. Additionally, Janet and her husband Howard Rose created the Food Insecurity Initiative, which has collected and distributed almost 20 tons of food to the food insecure for the past 3 years.
Notice: Only fully-vaccinated individuals are invited to attend in-person at this time. Proof of vaccination, photo ID, and mask are required.
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To join by phone (audio only), dial (929) 205-6099 and enter the Zoom ID above.
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Sunday Platform is our most important and long-standing community event. These gatherings educate, stimulate personal growth, inspire reflection and action, and strengthen our community. Sunday meetings begin with music, followed by greetings and a talk given by a Society Leader, member, or guest. Platforms cover a variety of topics that reflect current events, pressing social issues, and Humanist philosophy. Each Sunday meeting is followed by a luncheon and social hour.