Central to the mission of Jewish Family Service is a deep-rooted commitment to address the current and future needs of the Jewish Community—especially vulnerable individuals and families.
We’re here for you. The Center for Jewish Care is a welcoming and compassionate space with dedicated staff, designed to help you access critical services for immediate needs. We’re here to help you move forward with dignity. At the heart of our approach is more than 100 years of unique cultural expertise and vital assistance to Jewish community members during their most challenging times.
A Home for Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World) and community connection. The Center of Jewish Care is also a place to find volunteer opportunities, participate in community-wide engagement, and discover meaningful and authentic Jewish conversations.
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Our Jewish heart and soul have given us the guidance and expertise to provide critical services to the Jewish community including the elderly, single parents, Holocaust Survivors, and Jewish individuals and families during their most challenging times.
We are committed to making the door into our agency easy to find. The Center for Jewish Care creates a clear, visible entrance for the Jewish community. Each individual has a story. And in recognizing that, our approach honors the dignity of every unique person who turns to us.
We have the bold vision of eliminating Jewish poverty and strengthening our community. As part of this effort, JFS will continue to provide direct services, including food assistance, coaching, and financial assistance; collaborate with other organizations to leverage resources; advocate for systems change; pursue government funding to uplift the Jewish community; and provide opportunities for the community to engage through volunteerism and dialogue. We are grateful to the many partnerships that will help us achieve this goal—it will take all of us.
Center for Jewish Care Task Force
|Mitch Siegler, Chair||Jerri- Ann Jacobs|
|Julie Bronstein||Emily Jennewein|
|Theresa Dupuis||Jenny Meiselman|
|Len Gregory||Gabrielle Oratz|
|Marcia Hazan||Marie Raftery|
|Iris Hirsch||Tammy Vener|