JFCS plays an integral role supplying groceries to Greenwood Avenue Farmers Market. Our food pantry mobilized to ensure the market continued to operate.
May is recognized as Older Americans Month and this year’s theme is “Age My Way” with a focus how seniors can plan to live safely and comfortably in their homes and communities for as long as possible.
Each year, May is designated as Mental Health Awareness Month to shine a light on the importance of mental health care – something we have all recognized over the past two difficult years. This year’s theme is “Together for Mental Health.”
Cornerstone Community Kitchen provides meals for local individuals and JFCS supplements with fresh produce.
This year JCYF awarded over $36,000 at our 19th annual Check Presentation Ceremony.
On February 24, JFCS hosted our second ever VIRTUAL annual fundraiser, welcoming 525 guests to Trivia Night.
When processing the recent events in Ukraine, we understand many want to help but also navigate conversations with family, especially youth. We’ll continue updating local resources here.
Tax season is underway, and unfortunately this can also mean scams abound for unsuspecting filers.
On Thursday, February 24 JFCS will host a Virtual Trivia Night as their annual fundraiser, supporting all agency services.