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JFCS Mobile Food Truck

JFCS Mobile Food Truck

The JFCS Mobile Food Truck will bring the resources of our pantry on the road to locations across Mercer County. At each location, we will park our fully-stocked truck and distribute groceries to those in need. The truck will be FREE, CHOICE FOOD PANTRY that aligns with our mission of empowering individuals to make informed choices and care for themselves.

New Groups at JFCS

New Groups at JFCS

Jewish Family & Children’s Service is excited to announce the beginning of two new groups, Mindfulness for Children and What’s on Your Mind, happening at our satellite location in Hightstown, NJ. For more information, or to register for Mindfulness for Children, please contact Shirley Bellardo at 609-987-8100 Ext. 117

2019 Annual Meeting

2019 Annual Meeting

Join JFCS on June 4th at Adath Israel Congregation, to celebrate another year of service to the community & recognize the incredible volunteers that make it possible! RSVP by May 28th.

Jewish Bereavement Group

Jewish Bereavement Group

This group is POSTPONED until further notice. stay tuned for new dates. This will be a weekly group in which members converse openly and support one another through the grief process beginning May 16. Open to any Jewish adult, who has lost a partner within 18 months. Register with Beverly Rubman at Beverlyr@jfcsonline.org or 609-987-8100 ext. 139

JFCS Announces Mensch Award

JFCS Announces Mensch Award

JFCS announces the Rose & Louis H. Linowitz Mensch Award. This is a merit-based award for deserving Jewish eighth grade and high school senior students living in Greater Mercer County. Applications due by April 30th 2019.

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Please join us for a new community wide program to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. You will develop skills to support adolescents and help connect them to the appropriate care. Registration must be completed. Click to learn more.

JFCS Brings Help, Hope & Healing to Hightstown & East Windsor Communities

JFCS Brings Help, Hope & Healing to Hightstown & East Windsor Communities

Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County (JFCS) proudly opened a new satellite office at 133 Main Street in Hightstown on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 to help youth in Crisis. The agency is now positioned to offer supportive services at a location convenient to the communities of East Windsor and Hightstown.

JFCS Casino Night 2019

JFCS Casino Night 2019

REGISTRATION OPEN! Get your tickets for Casino Night featuring High-Stakes Poker Tournament, Casino Gaming AND Derby Racing with Live Betting!

JFCS Takes It’s Food Pantry On The Road for Homebound Seniors

JFCS Takes It’s Food Pantry On The Road for Homebound Seniors

Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County is pleased to announce the new Healthy@Home Senior Nutrition Program, a non-sectarian initiative which provides low-income, homebound seniors with healthy food and nutrition information delivered directly to their door.  Healthy@Home is designed to increase food security among seniors in Mercer County. 

JCYF Fund Day!

JCYF Fund Day!

Celebrate JCYF’s legacy by donating to this year’s phone-a-thon. Answer the call, pay it forward!