Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County presents Highballs & Hijinks: A Night with a Real Jewish Gangster! Meet master storyteller, Myron Sugerman on November 16th at 7pm. Must be pre-registered. Click here for more details.read more
With a new year, comes new opportunities. Join the Teen Mitzvah Brigade and earn community service hours. Pick any activity or even better, do them all! The greater the amount of teens, the greater the impact volunteering will do. For more information or to RSVP, contact EdenA@jfcsonline.org or call at 609-987-8100.read more
Excited to announce that we have updated our website to include our wonderful Yvette Sarah Clayman Kosher Food Pantry Newsletter. The newsletter is distributed monthly, which includes updates about the pantry, some delicious recipes, healthy lifestyle tips and more!read more
September is Hunger Action Month and team JFCS continues our dedication to serving those in our community facing hunger and food insecurity.
For many children, the anxiety of a new school year is not of nervous excitement but severe concern of potential bullying. Help your child identify what bullying is, the best actions to take when facing a bully or witnessing the behavior, and how to stop the cycle of bullying.
NYC-based writer and performer Amy Marcs, brings her critically acclaimed, one-woman reconstructive Nice T!ts to our community on Thursday November 30th, in partnership with the Princeton YWCA Breast Cancer Resource Center and Sharsharet. Admission is $15 per person.read more
Join Rabbi Adena Blum on November 30th, as she leads participants on an examination of Jewish texts relating to gratitude and offer participants tools for recognizing – and cultivating – thankfulness in their own lives. RSVP required to Beth E. by 11/22 to email@example.com or 609-987-8100, ext 126.read more
Join us on November 8th, as Michelle Napell, Executive Director of JFCS, will talk about hunger in our area and what the agency is doing to help. RSVP to Beth E at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-987-8100 ext 126 required by 11/3.read more