Our Annual Meeting is a great way to learn about the relationship we have with our community. In short, it's a relationship that is honest, meaningful, and mutually
When you attend our next JFS Annual Meeting, we're confident you will gain a better understanding for who we are and how we serve:
Our services and our staff are top-notch. Many people reach out to us because of our Jewish roots, but what matters just as much is that we are
highly-qualified, compassionate experts who will take your issues to heart. And since our stellar staff is lifting up the community every day, we use the
opportunity of our annual meeting to appreciate and honor them.
- JFS is not just for people experiencing tough times; we're here for everyone: our clients, our donors, our volunteers—our community.
We consistently adapt to meet changing needs: We brought food pantry services beyond the Hebrew Union College campus; we adjusted older adult care during
COVID-19; we expanded mental health services to help people with pandemic-induced stress; and more.
JFS is passionate about fiscal responsibility. Donors trust us with their contributions, and we honor that trust with integrity and respect. On
a day-to-day basis, that means we work to ensure that our programs are efficient, effective, and in demand.
At Jewish Family Service, we want everyone to feel welcome. We offer kosher food at our food pantry because it's important to us that all members of our Jewish community—from every branch of
Judaism—feel at home with our agency. We value the beauty and significance of Jews (and non-Jews) from all walks of life, and we thrive in the diversity of our wonderful traditions
2019 Annual Report:
Click this link to view the 2019 Jewish Family Service Annual Report
For IRS information on Jewish Family Service, please visit: Guidestar.org
Join us Thursday, May 6 at 7 p.m. for the Jewish Family Service Annual Meeting. It will be a celebration of the immediate and profound impact JFS
had on the community during a time of crisis. We will also celebrate the many ways the community came together, even as people were apart.
Outgoing president Dan Rapp will step down, as Nancy Warren is installed as the new president.
Join us as we mark the end of a very unusual very, and celebrate the incredible team of staff and volunteers who served our community in a time of need.