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Here are the steps to our Get to Know You process:

  1. First you fill out our Get to Know You form to provide us with some basic contact information and some fun facts about yourself
  2. Once the form is submitted, a staff member will reach out to you to set up a Welcome Meeting where we can learn more about you and tell you more about our programs and organization
  3. After the Welcome Meeting you will be able to fully register as a member and sign up for our programs!

 

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.

 

FC Health and Safety Update as of March 4, 2022

We continue to monitor our health and safety measures based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), other government organizations, and our Health and Safety Task Force. In line with these health and safety measures, and based on rising cases of COVID-19 locally, we are providing the following guidance regarding the use of face coverings to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Click here for a link to our current Health and Safety Guidelines.
Please contact Rivkee Rudolph at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.

 

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