Sixteen Lights Capital Campaign

The Sixteen Lights Capital Campaign is dedicated to raising funds for our hospice residences. A residence provides Jewish hospice and palliative care services in a setting that provides expert medical care, pain management, emotional and spiritual support, even outside of the home. These unique facilities provide a spacious, private, home-like setting for families to be together, eat together and even spend the night with their loved ones during their final days.

Older Couple Reclining Together on Couch

MJHS Hospice Inpatient Residence at Menorah Center

The pioneering 16-suite unit is located at our Menorah campus, in the breathtakingly beautiful environment on the oceanfront in Manhattan Beach. It is the first hospice inpatient residence in New York City to accept children as well as adults. Read more.

The MJHS Muriel and Harold Block Residence

Located on the lovely grounds of Jewish Home Lifecare in the Bronx, this residence is designed to meet the unique needs of hospice patients and their families. Read more.

Center for Jewish End-of-Life Care

Center for Jewish End-of-Life Care is a Web-based community dedicated to facilitating conversations about the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of Jewish people affected by any advanced and terminal illness. The Center raises awareness through education and outreach and provides those confronting end-of-life issues with knowledge of and access to resources.

Support for Synagogue End-of-Life Care Programs

The Center for Jewish End-of-Life Care offers numerous opportunities in Greater New York for synagogue training around end-of-life issues. Among the specialized training sessions we offer to our congregational partners are opportunities for:

  • Serving as a hospice volunteer for congregational Bikur Cholim/Chesed committees
  • Caring for Holocaust survivors with dignity and respect at the end of life
  • Facilitating communal and family conversations about advance directives/end-of-life care planning
  • Supporting clergy and professional synagogue staff in spiritual care at the end of life
  • Understanding the fundamentals of hospice and palliative care