Jayme's Fund for Social Justice donates stuffed bears to Center for Assessment and Treatment

Center for Assessment and Treatment was privileged to receive a donation of stuffed bears from Jayme's Fund for Social Justice (JFSJ). Jayme's Fund for Social Justice is a nonprofit organization started by Jayme’s mother, Caren B. Lipkin Rifkin, with the mission to promote human rights for children in memory of her daughter. Center for Assessment and Treatment's intern Elizabeth Worth, who attends Southern New Hampshire University, volunteered with JFSJ during the previous school year.  The Jayme’s Bears Project provides hand-sewn bears for children living through difficult circumstances locally and around the world, states the Jayme's Fund for Social Justice website. We'd like to thank Jayme's Fund for Social Justice for their gracious donation of Jayme's Bears to our agency. To learn more about JFSJ and the Jayme's Bears Project visit www.jaymesfund.org/jf/.

Center for Assessment and Treatment staff with stuffed bears donated from Jayme's Fund for Social Justice.