Caring Contact is pleased to announce the addition of Hope Skibitsky to its Board of Trustees.
Ms. Skibitsky is a former listener on the Caring Contact hotline.
“While living in Westfield I volunteered as a listener at Caring Contact. Through the experience of listening to callers I came to fully understand the power of listening and strongly believe in Caring Contact’s mission. It is for that reason that I am excited to be able to contribute to Caring Contact and the community where I grew up in this new capacity.”
Ms. Skibitsky is a 2007 graduate of Westfield High school, The College of New Jersey and Rutgers Law School. Currently, she is a Senior Associate at the law firm of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, in New York City. Hope lives with her family in Armonk, NY.
Caring Contact is an award-winning, volunteer-staffed caring and crisis hotline providing active listening support and best-in-class education to the Central and Northern New Jersey community.
Founded in 1975 and located in Westfield, NJ, Caring Contact attentively and compassionately serve those in emotional distress. Caring Contact is a primary responder to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and operates a non-emergency line available to anyone needing support.
For more information on volunteer opportunities call 908.301.1899 or visit www.caringcontact.org. If you, or someone you know is in crisis please call 800.273.8255.