2020 – 2021 Annual Report

In this year of crisis, Jewish Family and Children’s Services helped more than 120,000 people solve the problems in their lives.

(This is the online version, you can also view and download the print version below).

 

food

588,000

POUNDS OF FOOD have been donated to JFCS’ Food Banks throughout the regions.

clock

506,000

HOURS OF LOVING CARE were provided to frail and isolated adults in need of home care, skilled nursing, and other expert support.

Holocaust Center Icon

28,000

STUDENTS AND TEACHERS LEARNED ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST, ANTISEMITISM, AND GENOCIDE and were inspired to stand up to hate,
thanks to JFCS’ Holocaust Center.

hand in hand

21,500

CHILDREN, TEENS, AND PARENTS WERE ASSISTED through clinical services, parent coaching, online workshops, and professional education from JFCS’ Center for Children and Youth.

senior

20,000

FRAIL SENIORS LIVE SAFE, healthy lives because of help from JFCS’ award-winning Seniors At Home division.

sun showing behind cloud

5,145

INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR FAMILIES WERE COMFORTED through JFCS’ Spiritual Care Services, including Jewish Chaplaincy Services.

Heart in hand

2,648

VOLUNTEERS OF ALL AGES STEPPED UP to help in many wonderful ways including delivering food, calling those alone and ill, mentoring young people, and providing a warm connection to our community.

therapy

2,337

CHILDREN, TEENS, AND ADULTS RECEIVED THERAPY  and mental health consultations
(in person or online) to address serious clinical problems.

money exchanging hands

2,010

INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES RECEIVED NO-INTEREST LOANS as well as college scholarships, educational loans, grants, and other safety-net aid.

arm over shoulder

150

YOUNG ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES AND THEIR FAMILIES found support, independence, and a warm and welcoming community.


 

Sam

“I feel stronger and more confident than ever before in my life. Thank you for all the support you’ve given me.”

—Sam, Age 80, receiving in-home care services

Hannah

“I really thought I might lose everything, but now there is hope at the end of the tunnel. JFCS gave me that hope.”

—Hannah, small business owner and recipient of a JFCS no-interest loan

Max, Katie, and Ben

“The change in Ben’s behavior has been nothing short of astounding. We appreciate all of your encouragement and advice!”

—Max and Katie, Ben’s parents and clients of JFCS’ Center for Children and Youth

 


 

Finances: July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021*

 

JFCS CORE ANNUAL OPERATING REVENUE TOTAL:

$39,680,528

Revenue


 

JFCS CORE ANNUAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES TOTAL:

$38,312,739

Service Areas

 

Geographic breakdown of expenses

 

Regions

 

*Unaudited year-end figures for the 2020 – 21 year.
Administrative expense: 14.9%

 


 

THANK YOU

 

LEADERSHIP DONORS TO THE JFCS ANNUAL FRIENDS CAMPAIGN

Thank you to our dedicated leaders, who lift up our community and guide us into the future. You set an example for us all.


 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

 

Many thanks to the synagogues, schools, and other organizations that partner with JFCS to strengthen and enrich our community every day.


 

BUSINESS PARTNERS

 

Thank you very much to our caring friends in the business community who believe that elevating the lives of people in need is an investment worth making.

 


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