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In-Home Activities for Kids

In-Home Activities for Kids

Looking for inspiration for new activities to share with your family over the coming days? We’re sharing some of our favorites out there!

Practicing Self Care

Practicing Self Care

Right now many of us are feeling overwhelmed, worried and concerned about the uncertainty of the global health scare, and that makes a lot of sense. To help us all navigate though these confusing times, we’re sharing helpful hints to help manage our fears and to remember our hopes.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak and the Fear of the Unknown

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak and the Fear of the Unknown

Every day we learn more about this virus and its effects and we wonder when it will end. When will life get back to normal, back to our regular routine? The uncertainty will eventually end, but until then, we must learn how to navigate this journey and the stress that it generates.

JFCS Mobile Food Pantry Delivers to Seniors, Children & Families – Reaches Almost 350 Individuals in First Month

JFCS Mobile Food Pantry Delivers to Seniors, Children & Families – Reaches Almost 350 Individuals in First Month

Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County [JFCS] has been out on the road for a full month and served its first clients through the JFCS Mobile Food Pantry and has reached almost 350 individuals through three distribution points. This initiative is gaining local and national recognition for its innovative approach to feeding the hungry.

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.

Loss of a Legend

Loss of a Legend

Much has been said about the sudden death of basketball great, Kobe Bryant. The words we keep hearing are heartbreak, shock, devastating, hero and legend, inspiration and grief.