Josh Plans to Continue the Good Work

Josh Breakstone is not done yet. Compassionate Winston-Salem recently highlighted his care for people helped by the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina. Here’s an update from Josh:

Today, I went to my Temple (Temple Emanuel in Winston-Salem) to collect the personal care items that were donated. I brought them to the Food Bank. We met with a man who helped us carry the donations in. He placed them on a pallet and moved the donations to a scale. In total, 85 pounds was graciously donated by the people of Temple Emanuel. In the end, I was glad to help out those in need. I hope that I inspired those who donated. I plan to continue raising awareness for the need of personal care items.

Sincerely,
Josh Breakstone

Justice is compassion raised to an institutional level.

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Think of a giant umbrella. Under that umbrella are all of the programs and acts of compassion that we see – and don’t see – around us in Winston-Salem.
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