Established in 1992 to fund Passover food each year for families, in order that they may have sufficient funds for the holiday. After more than twenty years of doing this mitzvah, as others stepped forward with resources for Passover assistance, the family graciously redirected t
In redognition of her commitment to community and the Jewish people; her desire to be of service with loving kindness and compassion; and her true devotion beyond obligation for helping others live meaningful, dignified lives.
The purpose of the fund was to underwrite workshops for the JFS Board and staff, to foster and enhance board/staff interaction, to provide opportunities to explore
agency related issues in depth and to increase the knowledge base of the participants.
Presented to deserving leadership at Jewish Family Service, enabling the recipient to attend the National Conference of Association for Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies in order that they may further their knowledge of the work of JFS.
JFS provides a variety of mental health programs to inform, educate and prepare students and adults in issues and situations related to mental health crisis or conditions. All of these services and programs help give access to vital healthcare for our clients.