“How to Cope with Anxiety in a Stressful World” Workshop

Join JFS Middlesex, in collaboration with The Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County, for an open discussion about anxiety on Tuesday, January 17, 2023 at 1:30 PM. JFS’ Associate Executive and Clinical Director Bill Stover, LCSW, will provide ways to cope through life and anxiety under stress. This event is free and open to all.

Read More »
JFS One Community Gala Tickets

2023 One Community Gala– June 11th

After a 3-year hiatus, we’re excited to once again host JFS’ One Community Gala. Mark your calendars for June 11, 2023, at B’nai Tikvah in North Brunswick. Join us for a special night filled with delicious food, fun, friends and more. Early Access Tickets This week is your chance to bid on early access Gala tickets through

Read More »

Fill a Backpack!

Please help us fill backpacks! Our goal is to distribute 200 backpacks to children from our JFS programs who are in grades K-12. Shop for supplies or send us your donation and we will be happy to shop for you. For a complete list of requested items, please view our Back-to-School Wish List here. Deadline

Read More »

73-Word Story: Second Generation Experience

“Although we hadn’t personally experienced the Holocaust, it was indelibly imprinted on our psyches.” – Sara Ullman, Short Story Author When Sara Ullman, JFS’ Kosher Meals on Wheels Coordinator, challenged herself to write a short story for this year’s “73 Words in the 732,” a contest organized by the East Brunswick Public Library, she knew

Read More »

Holocaust Survivor Shares Her Story at Teen Symposium

Lois Flamholz (94), part of the JFS’ Holocaust Survivor Services Program, shares her harrowing experience of surviving Auschwitz and losing her family during World War II at the 34th Annual Teen Symposium on the Holocaust. This event was organized by the Jewish Federation of Northern Pennsylvania to help younger generations remember those lost and acknowledge

Read More »

Keeping Wellness in Mind

Creating Time & Space to Listen to Our Youth The subject of mental health, especially the mental health of our youth, has become increasingly important. The multiple impacts of the pandemic as well as the normal challenges of growing up have combined to make the current environment one full of many pitfalls. Youth by nature

Read More »

Jewish Family Services & You

“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

Are you looking for help or do you know someone who needs help? Do you want to volunteer your time or
make a donation?

Contact Us
Scroll to Top