In celebration of Passover, JFS organizes an annual Passover Food Basket event. Each year, dozens of eager JFS volunteers come together to sort food items, pack boxes of kosher food, and have a great time! Children and teens decorate bags and gift cards, while adults sort matzah boxes and jars of gefilte fish. This collaborative event is a very important part of Passover at JFS.Learn More
Financial Resource Center
The Jewish Family Service Financial Resource Center (JFS-FRC) offers interest-free loans to Jewish individuals and families whose needs are urgent and who may not qualify through traditional financial resources.
The JFS-FRC loan programs change lives, working to promote self-sufficiency with dignity. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements. Learn More
The Catch-A-Cab program is designed to supplement the cost of transportation for members of the Jewish community who are 65 years of age or older or are unable to drive due to disability. Participants receive discounted coupons that are used as cash with five local cab companies.Learn More
Bikur Chaverim, “visiting friends,” is a volunteer-based program providing home visits to adults who are homebound or partially homebound. The visits focus on creating relationships to have every individual feel alive, to give and receive wisdom, enjoyment and companionship, and to feel value through each stage of life. Learn More