Following the death of a loved one, each of us moves in our own time and in our own way, through a process of grief, mourning and adjustment. But we do not have to grieve alone. Find solace and support in the connection of the group, especially ahead of Passover where we might feel loss more deeply during the observance of the holiday.
Part of our “Blast Hunger” series of events, we’ll be collecting health breakfast foods for distribution through our pantry.
We reflect on our first year on the road with the Mobile Food Pantry.
Join us on Thursday, March 25 at 8 PM for Cheers to the Volunteers, a virtual tasting event.
The Provident Bank Foundation, a new supporter of the JFCS Mobile Food Pantry, shared a blog post with their community about the impact of this program.
You can now find JFCS on Instagram! Follow us for photos, videos and even more content!
The West Windsor Hometown Heroes program was established to recognize the public and private groups that came together to help the community during the COVID-19 crisis.
NJ.com highlighted the efforts across the state at food banks and food pantries in preparing for the holiday season and increased demand during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Princeton Magazine feature story highlighting JFCS programs during the pandemic.