Wilf Campus Board Members Receive Federation Volunteer Award

(Photo courtesy of the Wilf Campus)

(Photo courtesy of the Wilf Campus)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Wilf Campus Foundation Board Vice President and Wilf Campus General Board Secretary, Joan Litt and Wilentz Residence President Diane Mandel were recently awarded the Shirley and Sidney Godis Volunteer Award by Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County.

Most recently, Litt’s volunteer positions include Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County, Member of the Board of Trustees (term ending June 30, 2013), Women’s Philanthropy Board member, Co-chairperson of Pomegranate Celebrations, and Co-chairperson of The Main Event. She is also a Susan G. Komen Central and South Jersey Race for the Cure Participant, fundraiser and volunteer.

Litt’s past volunteer work included CNJJHA Auxiliary President, Temple B’nai Shalom Membership Vice President and member of the Board of Trustees, B’nai B’rith Women, Life Member President Maimonides Chapter, President Central New Jersey Council.

Mandel  is the current President of The Lena and David T. Wilentz Senior Residence Board, as well as a member of the Stein Hospice Board and the General Wilf Campus board. She is the past president of the CNJHA Auxiliary, and she has co-chaired the Seymour St. Lifer Wilf Campus Golf and Tennis Outing and the 25th Anniversary Gala.

Mandel’s volunteer work with Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex includes active participation in the Women’s Philanthropy Pomegranate Program. She has been a co-chairperson for Super Sunday, served on the Main Event Committee, and co-chaired a mission to Israel. She is a member of The East Brunswick Jewish Center and currently resides in Somerset.

For more information about The Wilf Campus for Senior Living in Somerset, visit www.wilfcampus.org or email info@wilfcampus.org.

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