We reflect on our first year on the road with the Mobile Food Pantry.
After wave after wave of challenges, many of us are at the breaking point. How can self-compassion help build emotional resilience?
Meditation has gained a lot of attention as we all continue to see methods of relaxation and self care in the midst of these challenging times. One of our counselors takes us through the most popular forms of meditation to help you get started.
Tikkun Olam – Healing the World, the concept can seem overwhelming in the best of times, for as much as we try, there is always healing needed.
Our new monthly Volunteer Spotlight will share testimonials direct from our incredible volunteers. JFCS Volunteers are critical to our delivery of core programs and services, providing everything from delivery of Kosher Meals on Wheels, to helping at Mobile Food Pantry distributions, and making friendly calls to isolated seniors.
The past 12 months have been marked by noteworthy achievements and incredible change at JFCS. As we reflect on the past year, we have many reasons to have enormous pride in our accomplishments and look forward with enthusiasm and hope to next year, serving our community with Help, Hope and Healing.
Quarantine depression continues to be felt by many, while there is promising on a possible “end” to the pandemic, honing coping skills now can help keep depression at bay.
JFCS is proud to continue our internship program during this challenging time. Our intern Emmanuelle Farrell, shares her experience working with seniors and our food distribution programs during the pandemic.
In recent years, changes to tax laws have impacted how individuals make charitable contributions. Our partners at Lear & Pannepacker LLP help explain the changes and alternative giving options.