Heart & Soul gala raises funds for Jewish Family Service

Gala chairs Lisa Levin and Kate Kassar with auction chairs Alysa Kaplan and Dawn Berson (Leslie Fastlicht Russo not pictured).

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Photo: Wendy Gibson

Jewish Family Service of San Diego hosted its annual Heart & Soul Gala on March 12 at the Hyatt Regency in La Jolla. This year’s theme, “All You Need is Love,” celebrated the accomplishments of Esther and Bud Fischer (Hand Up Youth Food Pantry Military Outreach Program); Robert Rubenstein (Rubenstein Family Scholarship); and Rebecca McInnis (Embrace-a-Family Holiday Program). JFS provides more than 50 charitable programs to the community.

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