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  • Our doors to new friends will open in November 2019.
  • In the meantime, please click here, to complete our get to know you form, to tell us more about yourself!
  • We will be in touch in November to begin our get to know you process.
  • Please note if you are 18 or older please click here to learn more about iVolunteer

 

Additional Information

  • Although we are a Jewish organization, we welcome members with or without any religious affiliation.
  • Because everyone contributes to “our circle,” all members can log and track community service hours through our FC Connect Program.
  • Friends pay no fees for our programs in keeping with our philosophy that one cannot put a price on friendship. We are incredibly grateful to our generous donors, sponsors, and supporters for making Friendship Circle’s programming possible.

 

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