Tzirl Goldman, a finalist in People’s All Stars Among Us Contest, had this message for COLlive readers today:
“Thank you to all who voted in the People All Stars Among Us Contest. I was not chosen as a winner, but nevertheless, we are all winners in all our work within our community.
“Everything is b’hshgocha protis, and being in this contest certainly was, while also making a kiddush Hashem for our community. Hopefully the contacts made through recent events will allow for a beneficial experience for the Friendship Circle.”
People Magazine chose Tzirl as an individual who has gone “above and beyond to serve their community.”
Tzirl is the founder of the Friendship Circle at the Jewish Children’s Museum in Crown Heights and is also the director of Soul II Soul, a yearly benefit concert to raise funds for the education of children with special needs.