8 2022

Women’s Philanthropy’s 10xChai’s Planting the Seeds of Connection

7:00PM - 8:00PM  

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Come together with friends old and new and learn more about the interconnectedness of gardening, pollinators, and Judaism, and what you can do to connect with the earth and with your Lehigh Valley Jewish community. Event chairs Tracy Sussman and Kimberly Valuntas will be joined by Janna Siller, Farm Director and Advocacy Coordinator at Adamah, for an inspiring evening.

Those attending this event are invited to drive-by and say hi to Women's Philanthropy President Beth Kushnick and event chairs Tracy Sussman and Kimberly Valuntas on Sunday, February 6 from 10-11 a.m. in the Washington Street parking lot of the JCC. You will receive a gift for your garden! Can't make it on Sunday? Your gift will be waiting for you at the JCC front desk through Tuesday before our program.

A minimum individual gift of $180 to the 2022 Annual Campaign for Jewish Needs required to attend.

About our speaker: 
Janna Siller wears a few hats at Hazon. As the Adamah Farm Director, Janna leads apprentices, residential fellows, and volunteers in growing organic vegetables for the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center, local customers, and food banks while maintaining the fields as resonant learning space. She teaches about growing food, climate change, policy, food systems, and Jewish tradition. As Hazon’s advocacy coordinator, Janna leads grassroots efforts to raise Jewish voices on behalf of a more just and regenerative food system.