A supportive community for divorced Jewish women in: Belle Harbor, NY Airmont, NY Los Angeles, CA Jacksonville, FL Far Rockaway, NY Brighton, MA Cot St-Luc, QC Atlanta, GA Pittsburgh, PA Edison, NJ Brookline, MA Neponsit, NY Thornhill, ON Miami Beach, FL New Brunswick, NJ Cleveland, OH Monsey, NY Riverdale, NY Seattle, WA Clifton, NJ Lake Worth, FL Richmond Hill, NY Hillcrest, NY Inwood, NY Los Angeles, CA Lawrence, NY Holliswood, NY Savannah, GA St. Louis, MT Forest Hills, NY Southfield, MI Merrimack, NH New Haven, CT Corona, NY Indian Orchard, MA Huntington, NY West Orange, NJ Fair Lawn, NJ Long Branch, NJ Nashville, TN Flushing, NY Cincinnati, OH Woodmere, NY Kew Gardens Hills, NY Bergenfield, NJ Silver Spring, MD Passaic, NJ Boca Raton, FL Valley Village, CA Staten Island, NY Spring Valley, NY Lakewood, NJ Waterbury, CT Greenwood Village, CO Brooklyn, NY Montreal, QC Chicago, IL Great Neck, NY Garnerville, NY Rego Park, NY New Hempstead, NY Monroe, NY Miami, FL West Hempstead, CT St-Laurent, QC Hewlett, NY Hollywood, FL Valley Village, CA New York, NY Oceanside, NY Kew Gardens, NY Beachwood, OH Baltimore, MD Teaneck, NJ Fresh Meadows, NY Highland Park, NJ Union City, NJ Coral Springs, FL North Miami Beach, FL Englewood, NJ Cedarhurst, NY Valley Stream, NY Suffern, NY Long Beach, NY New Square, NY University Heights, 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