PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. - Greenburgh's Woodlands Community Temple will be honored by Hope’s Door during its upcoming Annual Gala “An Evening of Hope” on May 3.
Hope’s Door, based in Pleasantville, is an organization that seeks to end domestic violence and empower victims in Westchester County and the surrounding communities. “Woodlands Community Temple has been a tremendous partner to Hope’s Door for five years, said CarlLa Horton, Executive Director of Hope’s Door. “Through multiple programs, the Temple has supported our work. It is our great privilege to honor the organization.” Woodlands Community Temple is committed to helping others in the community through its three task forces: Domestic Abuse, Project Isaiah and Advocacy, along with other independent initiatives. Woodlands is a Reform Jewish congregation committed to creating an environment for all who wish to participate in Jewish life and ritual, temple officials said. Hope’s Door has provided safe shelter for thousands of women and their children, and has responded to more than 30,000 crisis line calls since its inception more than 30 years ago. All of the Hope’s Door programs are free, confidential and offered in English, Spanish, Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi.
The event will be held at the at Abigail Kirsch at Tappan Hill Mansion in Tarrytown at 6:30 p.m. For information about the upcoming gala, “An Evening of Hope,” or to purchase tickets, visit the Hope's Door website or call 914-747-0828.
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