The Spring Benefit

Monday, June 7, at 7pm

Join us as we celebrate The Jewish Board’s Essential Staff, The Power of Relationships, and Special Honoree Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Join us for The Jewish Board’s 2021 Virtual Spring Benefit as we showcase the passion, commitment, and resilience of our staff, volunteers, and mentors.

We will also be honoring Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, and we hope you can be there as we recognize her lifelong work, support, and dedication to women and children throughout New York and around the world.

Register Today

Your donation or sponsorship of our virtual event is fully tax deductible and will support important mental health programs and services to New Yorkers in need. More than ever, our neighbors are suffering from anxiety, stress, job loss, food insecurity, depression, and family violence in surging numbers because of COVID-19.

The Jewish Board has responded as a critical frontline provider to the heightened needs of our community, ranging from mental health services to economic supports for families throughout our city. Thank you for helping make this work possible.

Where Does the Money Raised Go?

Money raised by The Jewish Board’s Spring Benefit helps The Jewish Board to deliver programs that communities from as far north as Westchester County to as far south as Staten Island have come to depend upon.

These programs include community mental health clinics, treatment programs for at-risk youth, training for mental health professionals, residential treatment centers for adults with mental illness and the developmentally disabled, therapy in group and individual sessions for single parents and anyone struggling with grief following the loss of a loved one. These are just a few of the many programs that require support.

Be a Part of Our Virtual Journal

Our Spring Benefit’s virtual journal will run before and after the evening’s program.

For more information, contact Hope Larson at or 212.632.4712

About The Jewish Board

For more than 145 years, the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services has been helping individuals overcome their mental and behavioral health challenges and live as independently as possible. We do so by addressing all aspects of a person’s life, including behavioral and physical health, family, housing, employment, and education. Each year, we serve more than 45,000 people of all religions, races, abilities, and ages across the five boroughs of New York City.