More than 150 business and community members joined Ethos on Thursday, November 7th, at the Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Center in Jamaica Plain, to support the organization’s JP@Home program and celebrate the initiative’s 5th Anniversary.

JP@Home is a membership-based program of Ethos for middle income older adults who reside in Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, West Roxbury, Hyde Park, Mission Hill, Roxbury and Brookline and want to age in place. Members subscribe to JP@Home to receive access to numerous social, health and wellness services and activities activities.
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Ray Santos, the chief development & community relations officer for Ethos, who oversees the JP@Home program; Rhonda Glyman, the executive director for the Center Communities of Brookline, who was representing Hebrew SeniorLife, the event’s lead sponsor; and Nick Favorito, president of the board of directors for Ethos.