Hebrew Free Loan of New Jersey (HFLNJ) invites social service professionals working with clients in the New Jersey Jewish community to a webinar on August 6 at 12 p.m. EST. Participants will hear from Malkie Ratzker, director of loan services, and Leo Gordon, incoming president and senior judge, United States Court of International Trade, to learn how clients facing financial difficulties can apply for an interest-free loan.
The webinar will consist of essential information regarding HFLNJ’s loan securing process and will culminate with a Q&A session. “We are working to spread the word about Hebrew Free Loan of NJ, a unique resource benefiting the Jewish community,” said Gordon. “This webinar is an opportunity for individuals working with those in need to learn about this valuable resource.”
To register, please visit https://zoom.us/meeting/register/8343d2021bea6f304ac87b605f06faf5.
Hebrew Free Loan of New Jersey aims to help Jews in need become self-sufficient by providing interest-free loans. Whether helping parents-in-waiting pay for fertility treatments or empowering budding entrepreneurs to get their businesses off the ground, HFLNJ aims to solidify a diverse, strong and thriving Jewish community in New Jersey. Since 2008, the organization has given loans to more than 300 people in the community in the total amount of $1.4 million.
For more information, visit http://hebrewfreeloanofnj.org/ or call 973-765-9050.