The Brothers Project Fund to Benefit Jeffrey Riebman
The Brothers Project is a charitable fund to help Jeffrey Riebman transition from weekly volunteer work to weekly part-time paid employment. Jeffrey is completely blind from the eye disease Retinitis Pigmentosa and he also has diabetes. Jeffrey is very talented in music (guitar) and singing, as well as teaching music to children. Jeffrey also teaches disability awareness to children of all ages. He is an excellent role model for both children and adults about how to cope with and overcome difficulties in life.
Despite Jeffrey’s intelligence, caring and abilities, his blindness and diabetes have made it difficult for employers to take a chance on hiring him. The Brothers Project removes the risk to the employer by 100% funding the job position. The Brothers Project will allow Jeffrey to work in a positive environment where he can contribute on a weekly basis to his workplace and receive reasonable compensation.
For more information please contact Seth Riebman at 301-237-3074 or submit the contact form below.
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Yad Yehuda of Greater Washington
Mailing Address: 812 Hyde Court Silver Spring, MD 20902
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Yad Yehuda of Greater Washington is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization. Tax ID 22-3949731
As Jewish communities in the Greater Washington area continue to grow, so have the number of families and individuals needing assistance. As a volunteer staffed organization, every dollar donated translates into direct assistance. Please consider making a donation of any amount.