JFCS is helping empower our food pantry clients with a new choice – growing their own food.
In the past year, we have heard over and over that home is the safest place, so feeling anxious about the prospect of being with people outside our “pod” or in larger gatherings is perfectly normal. How can you confront and prepare for feelings of anxiety when facing re-entry into social activities?
For many children, who may have struggled with feeling comfortable when interacting with others...
Older Americans Month (OAM) 2021 is Communities of Strength. Older adults have built resilience and strength over their lives through successes, failures, joys, and difficulties.
Part of our new monthly Volunteer Spotlight, this month we are spotlighting Matt Erman!
In the coming weeks, we will be reaching the anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic taking hold of our lives. This anniversary brings up a mix of emotions as we process all we have endured and the road ahead of us.
As anxieties around finding vaccine appointments reach peak levels, especially for older adults, our senior service team is stepping up to support our program members.
Part of our new monthly Volunteer Spotlight, this month we are spotlighting Lucian Chown!
We reflect on our first year on the road with the Mobile Food Pantry.