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At Smile On Seniors we believe people of all ages should enjoy happiness and dignity. SOS is a unique volunteer program, created to enhance the lives of local seniors. SOS is constantly growing and evolving to meet new demands as they arise

?Since the establishment of Smile On Seniors in 2009, a new day has dawned for the golden age Jewish population in Phoenix and environs. Over the past eleven years, SOS, a volunteer fueled organization dedicated to enriching the lives of seniors in our midst, has experienced remarkable growth, and its varied contributions have been widely recognized.

?SOS flagship service remains its home visitation program by twinning volunteers with a senior “buddy”.

?SOS offers pre-holiday workshops, kosher cooking workshops and discussions with the Rabbi in various retirement and assisted living communities. Additionally, SOS offers Jewish seniors and active adults Shabbat dinners, lunches, holiday themed programming, monthly interactive programs and the popular Social Hour. Finally, SOS offers fabulous programs and events just for its growing community of volunteers.
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To one whose self is his body, death of the body is death of the self. But for one whose self is his love, awe and faith, there is no death, only a passing. From a state of confinement in the body, he makes the passage to liberation. He continues to work within this world, and even more so than before. The Talmud says that Jacob, our father, never died. Moses, also, never died. Neither did Rabbi Judah the Prince. They were very high souls who were one with Truth in an ultimate bond—and since Truth can never die, neither could they. Yes, in our eyes we see death. A body is buried in the ground, and we must mourn the loss. But this is...