Jewish Federation of St. Louis’ Inclusion Initiative has created an online community survey that focuses on topics around disabilities and inclusion in the St. Louis Jewish community.
The goal of the survey is to collect data on areas of need as well as topics in which the Inclusion Initiative should focus on moving forward with its mission to promote full participation in Jewish life for individuals with disabilities and their families in the St. Louis Jewish Community.
The online survey will be open until December 31. To complete the survey, please use the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/InclusionInitiative, or go to the Inclusion Initiative’s webpage: JFedSTL.org/Inclusion/Inclusion-Updates.
The Jewish Community Inclusion Initiative’s mission is to promote full participation in Jewish life for individuals with disabilities and their families by enhancing inclusion, providing resources and collaborating with existing services in the St. Louis community.
Just recently, Jewish Federation of St. Louis has won the Shine the Light Award from Paraquad on its work towards creating a welcoming and inclusive community. “We have accomplished a lot in the past 2 years but we know that there is much more that needs to be done. We are hoping that through this survey we will get a better understanding of the needs in areas such as employment, housing and training and prioritize our work moving forward based on the data and responses to this survey,” said Rinat Kisin, Inclusion Coordinator, Jewish Federation of St. Louis.
For questions, please contact Rinat Kisin at RKisin@JFedSTL.org.