Leon and Toby Cooperman believe in giving back to the community. Their generosity and commitment were visible one August Sunday morning when they stopped by a construction site just off the Route 10 traffic circle in Livingston, NJ.
No ordinary construction project, this site is the future home of The Cooperman Family Campus, the new home of the not-for-profit Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled (JSDD) and its WAE Center. The 17,300 sq. ft. state-of-the-art building project at 310 Eisenhower Pkwy is being made possible, in a large part, due to a generous $2.5 million gift from The Cooperman Family Foundation.
The Coopermans, who recently celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary, chatted with JSDD board member Larry Rein during their visit about why they chose to contribute to JSDD’s capital campaign for this much-needed facility.
Loraine Kasprzak Advantage Marketing Consulting Services 908-233-6265 LKasprzak@advantage-marketing.com JSDD Announces $10 Million Capital Campaign, “Building an Extraordinary Future” Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled capital campaign will raise $10 million for a state-of-the-art facility in Livingston. The new building will enable JSDD to expand its service offerings and accommodate up to 100 additional clients in its programs. Livingston, New Jersey – Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled (JSDD) has launched the public phase of its $10 million capital campaign. The “Building an Extraordinary Future” initiative to construct a new 17,300 sq. ft. facility at 310 Eisenhower Parkway, Livingston, will enable not-for-profit JSDD to expand the residential, advocacy, and community services it provides for individuals with developmental disabilities. “The need […]