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Community Engagement

Community Engagement encompasses our volunteer program, community events & youth programming.

Kosher Food Pantry

Our community pantry is open to all who are in need of this support during unforeseen emergencies or transitional, life challenges.

Senior Services

JFCS is proud to offer a wide range of senior services to members of our community.

Counseling Services

Our clinical team helps individuals of all ages on their healing journeys.

Roll the Dice with JFCS! Casino Night is back!

JFCS Casino Night

Saturday, March 7, 2020

Hyatt Regency Princeton, 102 Carnegie Center Princeton NJ 08540

Join us for an exciting evening of casino gaming, derby races with live betting, raffle prizes, hors d’oeuvres and open bar all night!


2020 Honorees:

Helping Hand…Lois Miller

Partner in Healing ….Berkshire Bank

Beacon of Hope … JFCS Mobile Food Pantry


Dietary Laws Observed – Catering Provided by Classical Caterers

Below are the links to sponsor forms:

Click here for individual purchasing options.

Interested in Sponsorship packages? Click here!

Unable to join us? Make a donation in honor of the agency or one of our honorees!

OR download our event form to see all options to support Casino Night.

NOSH & KNOWLEDGE: ORGAN DONATION

DATE: Thursday, January 23 at 12:30 p.m.           

LOCATION: Congregation Beth Chaim (329 Village Road East, West Windsor)

DESCRIPTION: Rabbi Brian Beal will explore texts both ancient and modern relating to the Jewish views of organ donation.  A kosher lunch will be provided by Greenwood House and there is a requested donation of $5.00 per person. You may also bring your own kosher-style lunch. 

RSVP: is required by 1/17 to Beth Englezos at bethe@jfcsonline.org.

This program is sponsored by Congregation Beth Chaim, Greenwood House & JFCS.

JFCS & THE BETH EL SENIORS CLUB PRESENT: SELF-DETERMINATION IN OUR GOLDEN YEARS!

DATE: Thursday, January 16 at 1:00 p.m.

LOCATION: Beth El Synagogue (50 Maple Stream Rd., East Windsor)

DESCRIPTION: Are you prepared for the critical decisions down the road? Whether you are working with your aging parents or preparing for your own future, it is critical to understand what documents to have in place. Everyone deserves to have their wishes respected when it comes to healthcare and quality of life in your golden years. Beth Hammer, a geriatric care manager at Jewish Family & Children’s Service, will walk us through what documents are key to ensuring your intentions are communicated with caregivers. 

RSVP is required by 1/10 to Beth Englezos at bethe@jfcsonline.org or call Beth El Synagogue at 609-443-4454. 

This program is sponsored by Beth El Seniors & JFCS.

The Truth About Long Distance Caregiving

The Truth About Long Distance Caregiving

About 1 in 8 family caregivers live more than an hour’s drive from the recipient of the care. Whether you are in a different city, a different state, across the country, or across the globe, as a caregiver you want to be there without always being there.