After a year that looked anything but “normal,” JFCS was thrilled to host an in-person, limited attendance Annual Meeting on June 1 that marked a hopeful start to our year ahead.
Mercer County initiative launched in advance of state’s new ‘Pollution Reduction’ Act supplied local food pantries with reusable bags.
Town Topics shared our call to the community for donations from their personal gardens.
JFCS was one of several recipients of Lawrence Township Community Foundation grant awards.
The JFCS food pantry is encouraging community members to “plant-a-row” to harvest local produce to donate to our pantry.
Delivering Healing in a Whole New Way: Mobile Food Pantry Helps Pave Path for Vaccine Distribution to Vulnerable Populations
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County (JFCS) partnered with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton (RWJ Hamilton) to bring vaccines directly into neighborhoods with the most vulnerable populations and fewest resources to access available vaccine options.
JFCS Annual Event Raises Almost $200K in Support of Food Relief, Mental Health Programs & Senior Services
On March 25, JFCS hosted our first ever VIRTUAL annual fundraiser, welcoming 370 guests to Cheers to the Volunteers.
Start the spring with service in your community! Check out upcoming opportunities for youth and families.
JFCS of Greater Mercer County 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. Candidates should exemplify what it means to be a...