Resident Newsletter – Spring 2015 Edition

Resident Newsletter Spring 2015

Resident Newsletter Russian Version Spring 2015

Check This Out at Federation Housing

The check isn’t the only thing oversized; Wells Fargo’s heart behind this $10,000 grant to Federation Housing Inc. to assist low-iFlo's Housencome elderly in the area also proves it pulses big time. From left at the presentation, held at the agency’s Florence E. Green House, affordable-living complex in Trevose, are Francine Tabas, senior vice president, Wells Fargo, and member of FHI’s board; Melissa G. Landay, WF regional vice president; Aldustus Jordan, senior vice president for community affairs, Wells Fargo; Eric D. Naftulin, FHI executive vice president; Brian Gralnick, director, Center for Social Responsibility, Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia; and Richard T. Callahan, Jr., office manager, Community Lending and Investment, Wells Fargo.

By: Michael Elkin, Source: Jewish Exponent

Friends Digest – Winter 2014 Issue

Our Winter 2014 Friends Digest issue is out.

Friends Digest – Winter 2014

Federation Housing Gathering Stuffed With Fun

thanksgivingWho gets the last piece of pumpkin pie? It was all up to kibitzing debate as senior residents of Federation Housing, Inc., shared a Thanksgiving feast and fun, compliments of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, the Pincus Fund for Hunger Relief and individual donors. More than 400 residents spanning six locations gathered to celebrate the joyous holiday, including Samuel A. Green House buddies (from left) Nellie Mizrahi, Gail Gross, Adele Rappoport and Hilda Gecker.

Source (Jewish Exponent)

25 Years of Distinguished Service

Federation Housing, Inc.’s board and staff gathered to honor exec, Eric D. Naftulin, for his 25 years of distinguished service. Board president, Brett Altman, along with fellow board and staff members, lauded Eric for his extraordinary and tireless caring for FHI’s low-income, senior residents and his tremendous leadership of the organizing for a quarter-century.

Please visit our Facebook page for pictures from this event.

https://www.facebook.com/FederationHousinginc/posts/787225814646390

Resident Newsletter – Volume I, Issue 1-2 Russian

Federation Housing Newsletter – Volume I, Issue 1-2_RU

Resident Newsletter – Volume I, Issue 1-2 English

Federation Housing Newsletter – Volume I, Issue 1-2

Bright Invention Debuts its Senior Living Initative

“On Friday Spetmeber 5th, eight Bright Invention members took our form Click to the Samuel F. Green House in Elkins Park, a senior independent living community of Federation Housing, Inc. In a bright community room, we performed a slightly modified version of Click for about 40 seniors in residence there. Rising Leader Randi Hickey stage managed, ensemble member Kevin Chick had his Bright Invention debut, and, for the first time, Artistic Director Jennifer MacMillan played in with the ensemble!

By all accounts it was a smashing success, and we mingled with the residents afterwards who shared their delight and questions with us. White Pines will be growing this Initiative in the future, so if you have any ideas about senior centers that might support a visit from us, please let us know!

Our partner at Federation Housing, Kathy Sarlson, was extraordinarily helpful and supportive, and she shared these pictures with us!”

-White Pines Productions – Original Post

 

 

 

Energy Partnership Benefits Low-Income Seniors

fedJFRE_0Jeff Bartos is the North American CEO of the Mark Group,a global provider of home energy efficiency solutions. He also is a member of the executive committee of Jewish Federation of Greater Phila­delphia’s real estate affinity group, colloquially known as JFRE.

In his business dealings, Jeff has worked closely with the Phil­adelphia Electric Company and knew of a PECO program that would help JFRE fulfill its mandate of enabling older ad­ults to age in place and remain connected to their communities.

The PECO Default Service Provider program, or DSP, invests resources in helping low-income residents of multifamily dwellings to replace “energy-guzzling” heating and air-conditioning systems and appliances with more efficient models.

“I thought that this would be a great way for Federation Hous­ing, Inc., to conserve energy and save on their utility bills,” said Jeff, who personally pitched the project to Valeria Bullock, senior business analyst for PECO’s Low Income Usage Reduction Program.

Jeff sat down with Eric Naftulin, executive director and CEO for the housing agency, to determine which facility would reap the most benefits from this program. Together, they looked at past utility bills and selected the Robert Saligman House in Northeast Philadelphia, where more than 180 low-income seniors make their home.

Continue reading…

Source: Jewish Exponent, Link: Full Article, Author: Lynn B. Edelman

 

 

Federation Housing, Inc. Friend’s Digest 2013

Friend’s Digest 2013

Friends Digest, published semi-annually, highlights news about Federation Housing, Inc.’s sites and resident activities.

The newsletter is sent to friends of the organization and our residents’ family members.

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