May 5, 2020
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County (JFCS) was awarded the Network of Jewish Human Service Agency’s 2020 Annual Conference Pillar of Excellence Award in the category Innovation for the Mobile Food Pantry. Award winners were recognized during the VISION 2020: NJHSA Virtual Annual Meeting attended by more than 200 agency executives, professionals, and lay leaders.
Illuminating the work of our most exemplary member organization is the goal of the Pillar of Excellence. This year we had many stellar submissions from among our members, and our selection process involved rigorous peer review.” said NJHSA CEO Reuben Rotman. “With a mission to serve their community, JFCS has demonstrated their ability to foster high impact solutions, innovative practices and dynamic opportunities.”
About Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies (NJHSA)
The Network is an international membership association of more than 140 nonprofit human service agencies in the United States, Canada and Israel. Its members provide a full range of human services for the Jewish community and beyond, including healthcare, career, employment and mental health services, as well as programs for youth, families and seniors, Holocaust survivors, immigrants and refugees, persons with disabilities and caregivers. The Network strives to be the leading voice for the Jewish human service sector. As the go-to resource for advocacy, best practices, innovation and research, partnerships and collaborations, The Network strengthens agencies so they can better serve their communities. For more information about NJHSA visit www.networkjhsa.org or call 201-977-2400.