By Ashley Baylen
Jewish comedienne, Sarah Silverman, is lending her popularity and voice (literally) to the Boston-based organization, Keshet.
Keshet advocates for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Jews and plans to host a cabaret on March 27thin Boston. The Keshet Cabaret promises “a gala evening of music, comedy, and a fabulous auction to benefit Keshet’s work for the full equality and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Jews in Jewish life.”
Those who attend the cabaret will have the opportunity to bid on a personalized voice mail message (most likely the more offensive the better) from Silverman. She promises to record the message for the biggest spender.
Silverman previously recorded a voice mail for a raffle winner participating in a fundraising event for the Boston Marathon Relief Fund.