20 Years Serving With Purpose: Congrats Sara Ullman!

This month, JFS congratulated Sara Ullman, who celebrated 20 years of dedicated service as the Coordinator of JFS’ Kosher Meals on Wheels (KMOW) program. Her journey began by responding to a simple newspaper ad and has since evolved into a legacy of compassionate service that has touched the lives of countless homebound seniors in our

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Empathy in Action: We Can All Prevent Suicide

On September 6th, William Stover, LCSW, JFS’ Associate Executive/Clinical Director, joined a panel of speakers at “Help and Hope: Suicide Prevention Awareness,” co-hosted by the JCC of Middlesex County and Edison Arts Society. The event emphasized the importance of open and direct communication to support those dealing with suicidal thoughts, reduce the stigma around mental

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It Takes a Village: Community Partnerships Fuel Back-to-School Season

The back-to-school season was an incredible success, highlighting the commitment and compassion of our community. Thanks to your support, JFS’ Women Center and Kosher Food Pantries distributed backpacks filled with school supplies to 120 children for a great start to the new school year. Both parents and children were grateful and excited to receive the

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29 Years of Heart-Centered Dedication: Congrats Evie Hill!

August marks a significant accomplishment for a valued member of our team: Mrs. Evie Hill is celebrating 29 years at JFS. As the longest-serving member of our team, she has been the voice of JFS, greeting callers and visitors with a smile and a steadfast presence that exemplifies JFS’ values. We sat down with Evie

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JFS Food Pantries Need Your Help

JFS’ Kosher Food Pantries are facing a critical need for support. With funding cuts of more than 75%, soaring food prices, and more families requesting help each week, it’s a constant struggle to keep the shelves stocked and provide assistance to those who need it most. Every donation goes toward ensuring local families in need

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Empowering Seniors in the Fight Against Medicare Fraud

According to estimates from the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association, U.S. taxpayers are losing more than $100 billion a year to Medicare and Medicaid fraud. JFS’ Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP NJ) is part of a national effort to educate and counsel Medicare beneficiaries and their families to “prevent, detect, and report” Medicare fraud, abuse and

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“I want to thank you for all your help and time – you are the best! I feel very glad to find people like you in my life. Today I became a US citizen!” – Jose R, JFS citizenship student

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