Celebrate JCYF’s legacy by donating to this year’s phone-a-thon. Answer the call, pay it forward!read more
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County is pleased to announce the new Healthy@Home Senior Nutrition Program, a non-sectarian initiative which provides low-income, homebound seniors with healthy food and nutrition information delivered directly to their door. Healthy@Home is designed to increase food security among seniors in Mercer County.read more
SAVE THE DATE for Saturday, February 23, 2019 for our Annual Gala! This year there will be cocktails, heavy Hors D’oeurvres, dessert and Casino Games! Dress to impress as we honor our Helping Hand: Gil Gordon, Champion of Hope: Gesher LeKesher Program, & Partner in Healing: Pepper Hamilton LLC.read more
For most couples, going out for a meal or an activity is a normal part of life. But when one of the members of the couple is memory-impaired, even the simplest activity is filled with anxiety and difficulty. JFCS has created a unique program to help caregivers and their spouses with memory impairments to enjoy time out together, combining a caregiver support group with an engaging activity for the care recipient. Join us as a new group begins Thursday September 6th at 10:30am.
This week, the world was shocked by news of two high profile suicides; yet the reality is there were many more lives that have been lost to suicide. The reality is, in NJ, one person dies by suicide every 11 hours. The reality is, the conversation cannot stop today.
Rabbi Wisnia’s profession may be Judaism but his passion is the Civil War and, in his retirement, his passion will become his focus. Join Rabbi Wisnia on December 27th, as he explains the premise of his magnum opus. RSVP is required by 12/21 to Beth Englezos at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-987-8100, ext. 126.read more
Calling all superheroes! Join JFCS and TJC’s Mini Mitzvah Corps for a Mini Mitzvah Playdate! Build breakfast bags for seniors then stay and play at Princeton Playspace on Sunday December 16th from 2:15pm to 4:15pm. Playspace admission will be $15 per child OR $5 per child with a kosher food donation.read more
Rabbi Kornsgold will lead an examination of what the first commandment represents, how the Jewish calendar was set up and how the calendar functions in our society today. A kosher lunch will be served and there is a suggested donation of $5.00 per person. RSVP required to Beth Englezos at Bethe@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 126read more