The JFCS Mobile Food Pantry program was one of 12 beneficiaries of the Lawrence Township Community Foundation fall grant cycle.
We reflect back on the past year, sharing stories of help, hope and healing.
JFCS was featured in Princeton Perspectives, discussing the positive impact of volunteer for the volunteer and clients served,
Mercer County United Way and NRG Energy team up to pack 1,000 Thanksgiving meals to benefit local food pantries, including JFCS.
JFCS was 1 of 4 to receive a generous contribution from Diversified Rack & Shelving at the recommendation of Mayor Janice Mironov of East Windsor.
Now through December 23rd, donate a gift cards to benefit those we serve. Your gifts empower parents holiday gifts for their children.
When so many traditions and observances are focused around the gathering of family and friends, it can be especially hard to celebrate when grieving the loss of a loved one. Join our upcoming Handling the Holidays group.
The 1st Annual JFCS Wheels for Meals was a success, raising over $93,000 in support of JFCS food programs.
In mid-July, the JFCS Mobile Food Pantry met an important milestone when the program distributed its 10,000th bag of food in the community.