A Note from the President

Dear Friends,

Harriet Tubman, former slave and master of the Underground Railroad, said, “Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion .. to change the world.” Harriet Tubman didn’t know Myriam Mendilow in Jeruslem, of course, but she would have recognized a soulmate in her, another woman who surmounted challenges in order to help souls in need and lead them to a better life. We honor Myriam’s legacy and the passion that these women had to change the world for the better . . . one challenge and one day at a time.

Let us remember Harriet Tubman and Myriam Mendilow, whose courage and determination to act on their highest and best instincts help make this a better world. Join with us to aid those in need. With your generous help, we can make a better life for those who are alone. . . the elderly, homebound, weary and disadvantaged. By the work of our own hands, we can do this.