Women Get a Recipe for Healing During Spring Education Day

About the Event
This year’s Women’s Philanthropy Spring Education Day featured best-selling author Jessica Fechtor, whose book “Stir: My Broken Brain and the Meals That Brought Me Home” chronicled her recovery after a life-altering brain aneurysm.

Ms. Fechtor’s candor offered the packed room at Zinman Hall a chance to understand how someone can return to normalcy after a trauma. Fechtor found recovery in the kitchen through cooking, and accomplishing even the most basic tasks, which she describes in her beautifully written cookbook/memoir/love story. What an inspiration!

Thank you to all the women who attended.

Whatever your stage in life or interest –social action, education, fundraising or community – there is something for you in Women’s Philanthropy. We want to get to know you, and once we do, we can help match your interests and passions with enriching opportunities that will help make the world better. Come and connect… spend an hour, a day, a week… and we’re sure you’ll find your place and make an impact that is as unique as you are.

We invite you to explore the many ways you can get involved, from participating in meaningful programs to helping raise the funds that are critically important for our Jewish community. Federation’s philanthropy touches more lives than any other organization and our women play a powerful role in making that happen.

Wells Fargo Private Bank is the generous sponsor of the Dorothy Seaman Department of Women’s Philanthropy that is presenting the program, and the event is sponsored by Berger Singerman. The Boca Raton Observer is Exclusive Magazine Sponsor, and Ivan & Co. Fine Jewelry is the In-Kind Sponsor.