Joshua Bennett Cohen is becoming
In 2015, Josh’s parents Sandra and Alan Cohen, brought him to visit Greyston (and see how the brownies get made!) Josh felt an immediate connection with the work that the Greyston team does–especially in the area of training and technology.
When he started planning his bar mitzvah for 2016, Josh decided to connect with Greyston even more and take the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of the people that we serve be making a donation to support technology training for the young people in the Work Force Development program. Josh is passionate about technology and how it can be used to do good in the world so this seemed like a natural fit for the Scarsdale native.
According to Jewish law, when a boy reaches 13 and becomes bar mitzvah he becomes accountable for his actions. The entire Greyston team is so grateful that Josh has chosen to not just support our work but to make a personal connection with the people we serve. You are a mensch and we are happy to have you join our team.
If you would like to join Josh in supporting our work, please click here and mention Josh in the gift comments section.
Mazel Tov Josh!