Your gift allows The New Jewish Home to ensure that close to 10,000 New Yorkers can lead meaningful lives in the communities they love.
The New Jewish Home relies on the time and generosity of volunteers to create meaningful experiences for the elders in our care.
There are many ways to support The New Jewish Home and help provide the best possible care for older adults who turn to us.
Eight Over Eighty was created to galvanize public attention while raising critical funds to support our mission.
We’ve compiled a list of FAQs and general contact information to help you navigate our healthcare system.
Or call us at 1-800-544-0304.
The staff of The New Jewish Home is the heart and soul of the work we do. To view and apply for all open positions please visit our careers page.
Interested in touring or receiving more information about The New Jewish Home community?
To schedule a visit with a resident or patient:
Lynn Casteel Harper, M.Div.
Minister of Older Adults, The Riverside Church in the City of NY
Author of On Vanishing: Mortality, Dementia, and What It Means to Disappear
Topic: The Spiritual Long Haul: Reflections on Meaning, Aging and Spiritual Care
Nettie Harper & Kelly GilliganCo-founders of Inspired Memory Care, Inc.
Topic: Living through a Pandemic: The Long-term Physical and Social Impact on Care-partner Dyads
Lisa Rosenzweig, Ph.D.Bereavement Counselor, MJHS and Clinical Psychologist in Private Practice
Topic: The Long Haul for Professional Caregivers: COVID-19 Through A Disaster Psychology Lens
Brain Longevity®Specialist, Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation
Certified Yoga Teacher (EYT500)
Topic: 12 Minutes to Peace: The evidence based practice of Kirtan Kriya