The funds will afford JFS the opportunity to continue to assist individuals and families in the region through the Food Pantry, Counseling, Housing Assistance, Older Adult Services and more.
Refrigerated and frozen offerings will be added.
During the past six months, in the midst of COVID, JFS has welcomed 54 volunteers, who have collectively contributed more than 200 hours every month.
Community Submitted Content The Atlantic City Community Fund (ACCF), a component fund of the Community Foundation of South Jersey, presented Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties (JFS) with a $5,000 grant to support the agency’s Food Pantry and Counseling Services for children, individuals and families in Atlantic City. The ACCF previously provided […]
‘Soup’er Bowl fundraiser helps stock pantry.
Blue flamingos were spotted adorning lawns and porches throughout the region as part of a fundraiser hosted by Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties. In total, there were 77 flocks by friends, family and neighbors, which helped JFS raise more than $8,600 for agency services and programs. (Photo courtesy of Jewish Family […]
Donations benefit Jewish Family Service.
Rymax’s heartfelt donation included hundreds of pounds of pasta, hearty soups, cereal, tuna, macaroni and cheese, vegetables, beverages and more.
Adults will continue to receive services and socialization to enhance their quality of life and maintain an independent lifestyle.
Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May counties has announced that Greg Rosenblit as the Senior Director of Human Resources.