Top 10 Reasons to NOT Miss Super Sunday 2017


Super Sunday is just days away, on Feb. 12. Preregistration is now closed, but walk-ins are always welcome.  If you have not yet made your commitment to join us at the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s largest day of philanthropy, fun and community building, here are 10 more great reasons to join us.


  1. We have an exciting new Super Sunday location.

For the first time the Jewish Federation is hosting Super Sunday at the warehouse of the Jewish Relief Agency (JRA) located at 10980 Dutton Road in Northeast Philadelphia.  

  1. There’s a volunteer shift that’s convenient for you, we promise.

You can make calls or write letters from 1-3 p.m.; 3-5 p.m.; and/or 5-8 p.m. — stay for as little or as long as you are able.

  1. Fuel your body.

Delicious glatt kosher meals and snacks will be available throughout the day.

  1. Feed your soul.

It’s a day of multiple mitzvot. You can volunteer with JRA in the morning and make fundraising calls in the afternoon/evening and bring donations for the toiletries drive.

  1. Look, Ma, no training.

There are no day-of training sessions; online volunteer training is available now at  

  1. Fewer landlines, fewer neck cramps.

Super Sunday is going mobile. Please bring your own cell phone and charger, if possible.

  1. See, and be seen, without even leaving the room.

The Ninth Annual Community Showcase will be in the same room as phoning this year.

  1. Plenty of convenient parking.  

You can park on the street in front of JRA, or in the parking lots of several nearby businesses. There will also be parking at KleinLife, just down the road from JRA, with continuous shuttle service.

  1. We’ll help you get there.

Bus service is available from locations throughout Greater Philadelphia. Visit our website for times and locations.

  1. It’ll make you feel good.

Spend Feb. 12 with your family, friends and neighbors to Carry the Light together.  
Super Sunday is being led by Co-Chairs Sharon and Joel Freedman and Lee Ann and Scott Erlbaum. For additional information, contact Adam Clements at 215-832-0684 or or visit


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