JFCS RESOURCE PAGE
As the world continues to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, here in our community, JFCS commits to sharing Help, Hope & Healing during these challenges times.
This page will be regularly updated with information, resources, articles, and tools to help all work through the impact of this global health crisis.
What's the Latest?
- Virtual J-Serve, International Day of Jewish Youth Service. Each year, JFCS joins partners in our community to host a dya of service for children & teens as part of the internatinal initiative. In these new days of limited outings, JFCS has developed a Virtual J-Serve Event! We invite all youth ages #-# to join us via Webinar as Celeste Albert, Coordinator of Teen Programs, shares the importance of giving back especially during challenging times. Celeste will also share remote options for youth to give back within their local communities. Click here to save your spot at the webinar!
Outside Resources: Below we will continue to update with links to support the health, comfort, socialization and engagement of all.
We can’t think of anyone who embodies the concept of Repairing the World better than Linda. All donations to this Fund will go to supporting and providing for local individuals and families in need.
JFCS had its 79th annual meeting on Tuesday evening, June 7th at The Jewish Center Princeton. Several proclamations from local government officials honoring executive director Linda F. Meisel made the evening a particularly poignant one.
JFCS is excited to announce a new giving opportunity! Your used car is a great tax deductible donation to JFCS, that can now be converted to program dollars through CARS, Inc.
Michelle Napell has become the agency’s next Executive Director. Ms. Napell succeeds Linda Meisel, who stepped down on June 30th, after 18 years as Executive Director. Michelle Napell took over the role on July 1, 2016.
JFCS is happy to announce that it has received a $180,000 grant from the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation of Owings Mills, MD. This grant is the largest award JFCS has received for its Fund The Future Capital Campaign, which began in 2014, in order for JFCS to expand and renovate its physical office space and enhance service delivery to JFCS’ current and prospective clients.
At JFCS we were saddened to hear of the tragic events in Robbinsville. How do we cope with such terrible news? As a community service agency, it is our hope at JFCS that this message brings you some needed guidance and direction to help your family deal with the events of the day.