Hear what members of Sister to Sister and others have to say about how the community is changing the lives of Jewish divorced women and their families.
A supportive community for divorced Jewish women in: Lakewood, NJ Huntington, NY Cot St-Luc, QC Kew Gardens Hills, NY Suffern, NY North Miami Beach, FL Oceanside, NY St-Laurent, QC Englewood, NJ Cleveland, OH Belle Harbor, NY Atlanta, GA Beachwood, OH Spring Valley, NY Seattle, WA Highland Park, NJ Savannah, GA Union City, NJ Waterbury, CT Nashville, TN Richmond Hill, NY Garnerville, NY Pittsburgh, PA Brookline, MA Airmont, NY Great Neck, NY Monroe, NY Jacksonville, FL Corona, NY Edison, NJ Lawrence, NY Monsey, NY Baltimore, MD Silver Spring, MD Hollywood, FL Montreal, QC Valley Village, CA Long Beach, NY Cincinnati, OH Los Angeles, CA Valley Village, CA New Square, NY Los Angeles, CA Inwood, NY St. Louis, MT Brighton, MA Fresh Meadows, NY Hillcrest, NY Neponsit, NY New Brunswick, NJ Woodmere, NY Brooklyn, NY Fair Lawn, NJ Staten Island, NY Coral Springs, FL Passaic, NJ Lake Worth, FL New York, NY Clifton, NJ Bergenfield, NJ University Heights, OH Miami, FL West Hempstead, CT Chicago, IL West Orange, NJ Teaneck, NJ Kew Gardens, NY New Haven, CT Valley Stream, NY Far Rockaway, NY Rego Park, NY Miami Beach, FL Southfield, MI Forest Hills, NY Hewlett, NY Riverdale, NY Indian Orchard, MA Long Branch, NJ New Hempstead, NY Merrimack, NH Boca Raton, FL Flushing, NY Holliswood, NY Thornhill, ON Greenwood Village, CO Cedarhurst, NY
“Your birthday poem that accompanied the beautiful gift touched me deeply and gave me some much needed chizuk. It wasn’t a coincidence that the parshah that very week highlighted the importance of using positive words to build one another and to create unity. The Sister to Sister organization is built and continues to function on this very ideal. Thank you for enabling me to enter Shabbos with enhanced positive feelings and for renewed hopes for the future.”Hadassah N. Cleveland, OH
“As a single mother with older sons, one of my biggest concerns were Shabbosim and how my boys would manage to go to Shul without their father. When I reached out to Sister to Sister they immediately networked and found a trusted, responsible man who came to pick up my son. Not only does he make my son feel comfortable in Shul, but he goes out of his way to invite my son for dessert and to learn with him on Shabbos afternoons. My son loves going to their home and it has truly made an extremely difficult adjustment so much smoother.”Tova T. Brooklyn, NY
“No boy should ever feel intimidated walking into a Shul just because his father is absent.”Yehudis Robinson S2S Director of Clients
“The Divrei Torah are so inspiring and thought provoking. I especially enjoy the e-mail version which allows me to view them at my leisure. It amazes me that regardless of how many Divrei Torah were already sent, each one has such a relevant message. Thank you!”Sarah M. Savannah, GA
“We dreamed of creating a network of sisters, and we called the organization Sister to Sister because of our sense that sisters never keep score; sometimes one gives and sometimes one takes.”Anne (Chani) Neuberger, Founder