This award recognizes organizations that are a source of strength and support for the Latino community.
Our On the Go, in conjunction with the Ed Brown Center, is one of three locations selected from across the country to test an outreach and education program connecting older adults with ridesharing services, so they can participate in health and wellness programs. The pilot program is part of a partnership with Lyft and the National Council on Aging (NCOA).
The San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN) is appalled by the federal government’s decision to dramatically limit asylum seekers’ ability to enter the U.S. via Mexico. We believe that disrupting the asylum process because of an asylum seekers’ country of origin undermines our nation’s founding principles and turns away individuals and families seeking safety, freedom and hope.
JFS is proud to be recognized with the Light of Pride Award, which honors organizations that uplift the LGBTQ community. We empower people of all ages, faiths, and backgrounds to live more stable, secure, and connected lives.
California Senate President Toni G. Atkins is urging U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to direct more federal funding toward reimbursing organizations assisting asylum-seeking migrants, including the San Diego Rapid Response Network.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced a new ordinance that restricts living inside a vehicle on city streets and aims to help homeless San Diegans through an expansion of the JFS Safe Parking Program.
Media statement from Michael Hopkins, CEO of JFS, regarding the Safe Parking Program update.
Jewish Family Service Annual Luncheon, Film Screenings, Explore the Importance of Mental Health, Effects of Bipolar Disorder and Suicide.
Funds Support Breast Cancer Case Management, Transportation Services, Treatment Adherence Assistance, Reducing Barriers to Care.
Jewish Family Service of San Diego (JFS) raised a record-setting $1.5 million at its annual Heart and Soul Gala at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla at Aventine on April 6. The signature benefit highlighted the nonprofit’s work to provide resources and support to more than 32,000 San Diegans of all ages, faiths and backgrounds.
Making good on his promise to provide more opportunities for homeless individuals living out of their vehicles, Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer today announced the expansion of the City’s Safe Parking Program with a third lot where people can park overnight and that – for the first time – allows recreational vehicles.
Funds support Hand Up Food Pantry and Foodmobile by providing groceries, hygiene products and other essentials to families and individuals in need.
The San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN) is in the process of moving its temporary emergency shelter for asylum-seeking families to a County-owned facility.
A 35-year-old law that made it illegal for people to sleep and live in their cars is repealed by San Diego City Council.
San Diego Nonprofit Honors Volunteers, Staff and Partners at Annual Fundraiser.
Through Holiday “Smart Giving, Smart Chicken” Program, Poultry Donated to Help San Diego’s Food Insecure.
The County Board of Supervisors voted to use a County-owned facility as a temporary migrant shelter to house legal, initially processed asylum-seeking families.
Jewish Family Service offering groceries to furloughed workers and their families.
JFS Behavioral Health Committee hosts free event exploring the biology of stress and the science of hope.
Major San Diego Nonprofit Rated in Top One Percent of Nonprofits Nationally.
Funds support Hand Up Food Pantry; provide groceries, diapers and other essentials to local military families and others in need.
The 30,000 refugee cap will be the lowest in the 38-year history of the U.S. refugee resettlement program. Read our position statement.
The State of California appropriated $3.6 million to create the California Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program, the first California-funded program that ensures that Holocaust survivors are able to live out their lives with dignity.